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RASMINSKY, Louis (1908 - 1998), Governor, Bank of Canada, 1961–73

Not quite as advertised: Canada's managed float in the 1950s and Bank of Canada intervention

WHITE, (William) Thomas (1866 - 1955), formerly Director, Canadian Bank of Commerce, and other Canadian Companies

NYE, Archibald (Edward) (1895 - 1967), a Director of the Royal Bank of Canada

DOBSON, Sydney George (1883 - 1969), formerly Chairman of the Board, The Royal Bank of Canada

AIRD, John (1855 - 1938), Director The Canadian Bank of Commerce since 1924

MUIR, James (died 1960), Chairman and President, The Royal Bank of Canada, since 1954

WALTER, Madison Melville (1897 - 1960), Chairman and President, The Royal Bank of Canada, since 1960

Hardinge, Henry Nicholas Paul (1929 - 1984), Senior Vice President, Royal Bank of Canada, since 1983

FOSTER, Andrew (William) (born 1944), Deputy Chairman, Royal Bank of Canada, 2003–12

TOWERS, Graham Ford (1897 - 1975), Governor, Bank of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, 1934–54

COSGRAVE, L. Moore (1890 - 1971), retired as Economic Adviser, Mercantile Bank of Canada, Montreal

ANGUS, Richard Bladworth (1831 - 1922), Director, Bank of Montreal and Canadian Pacific Railway

WILKIE, Daniel R. (1846 - 1914), Hon. Colonel Canadian Militia, 1913; President from 1906, and General Manager from 1875, Imperial Bank of Canada; President Canadian Bankers’ Association, 1897–98

JAFFRAY, Robert (1832 - 1914), Senator, Dominion of Canada, from 1906; President of the Globe (Toronto) Newspaper, from 1888; Vice-President, Imperial Bank of Canada from 1906; Director, Canada Life; Canadian General Electric and other companies

AIKINS, James (Albert Manning) (1851 - 1929), Lieutenant-Governor of Manitoba, 1916–26; Director of the Imperial Bank of Canada and other financial companies; MP Brandon, Canada, 1911–15

STRACHAN, Henry (1884 - 1982), Fort Garry Horse; retired; Hon. ADC to Governor General of Canada from 1935; Field Representative, The Canadian Bank of Commerce, from 1928


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Founded in 1934 as a private institution it subsequently passed into government ownership in 1938. Responsibility for policy is vested in the Board of Directors under the Bank of ...

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