Comments (13)

Sep 27, 2009

RBC definitely not correct, unless they've upped by 15 in past year. expect 60-70 at the Big 5.

Sep 27, 2009

i am interested in this aswell, info on us BB's in toronto too perhaps?

Sep 27, 2009

I'm pretty sure all the Big 5 are paying at least 70 base this year.

Sep 27, 2009

bonus (signing and year end)?

Sep 29, 2009

Base still $65k at RBC and BMO...dont know what the other banks are but assume same as last year.

Oct 8, 2009

That 65k base number is wrong; I'm staring at an offer for $70k from RBC.

Oct 16, 2009

Base is 65K with 5K signing, that is confirmed at RBC, BMO, CIBC, Hr guy at one of the Big 5 told me they were all the same this year...

Oct 16, 2009

funny stuff in this thread
This info is from ppl with actual offers
bmo/rbc/cibc is 65k + 5 sign on
national is 65k base with no sign on
genuity is 70 base 10 sign on
merrill toronto is 92 base 10 sign on
(this is all toronto offices)

Oct 16, 2009

I don't know if this counts, but if TD Bank is on the big 5 as well, then I can provide some perspective there. Their salary for new FT positions are coparable to other US BB's. The usual 70+10K.

Jan 27, 2010

wow Merrill 92K base? They are still as far as I know the biggest US BB in Toronto? What were 2009 bonuses?

Jan 28, 2010

ML is by far the biggest in TO they have like 30 ppl in total. TD pays 70k plus 7,500 signing bonus, RBC, BMO and CIBC 65k +5K

Jan 28, 2010

Again, not sure where you guys are getting that RBC number from unless it's for IBD only. But Global markets was $75k with no sign-on.

Jan 28, 2010
Comment