Royal Bank of Canada Readies Low-Latency Trading Platform

Bruce Macdonald, Royal Bank of Canada

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is in the midst of deploying a new global low-latency trading platform for cash equities in a bid to catapult its electronic trading offering into the top 10 of those provided by investment banks. RBC expects to roll out the platform globally over the next three to 12 months.

"We've come to the party a bit late," says Bruce Macdonald, global head of electronic trading and commodities at RBC Capital Markets. "However, this allows us to learn from others' mistakes and

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