National Bank Financial

National Bank Financial

An investment bank in Canada that invests in late stage and post-IPO ventures

National Bank Financial is an investment bank in Canada that invests in late stage and post-IPO ventures. Founded 1902 in Montréal, Quebec, Canada by Carlton Jenkins, it focuses on Canadian individual and institutional investors, corporations, and government agencies. It is one of the top six investment dealers in Canada.

This bank offers investment banking services and provides accounts, structured investment solutions, group retirement plans, tax and estate planning, wealth management, investment advisory, and other financial services.

National Bank Financial has nearly 900 investment advisors in more than 100 points of service across Canada and has a dominant presence with a market share of 27% in Québec and 9% in Canada. It has over 400,000 individual clients, annual revenues of nearly $800 million and approximately $104 billion in assets under management.

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Arjun Doshi

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Luc Bertrand

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Sean St. John

Executive Vice President and Co-Head of Fixed Income, Currencies & Commodities

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Geoff Zochodne
July 17, 2020
Financial Post
Corporates erred on the side of caution and racked up debt to ensure they had the funds to weather the COVID-19 crisis

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