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Leadership Lounge with Todd Sears: Managing your career in a time of crisis
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Leadership Lounge, Episode 2: Managing your career in a time of crisis
Friday, April 17 | 12pm EST

This week Out Leadership’s Todd Sears will be focusing on managing your career in a time of crisis + the importance of mentoring. He will be joined by John Thurlow, Managing Director and U.S. Chief Operating Officer at RBC Capital Markets.

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Leadership Lounge with Todd Sears: Mentoring 2John Thurlow
Managing Director and U.S. Chief Operating Officer
RBC Capital Markets

John Thurlow is the U.S. COO of RBC Capital Markets. Based in Jersey City, New Jersey, John is responsible for all operational, control and administrative aspects of RBC’s U.S. Capital Markets businesses and has local management responsibility for all Technology, Operations and Functions groups. John is also the Chief Operating Officer for RBC U.S. Holdings LLC, RBC’s U.S. Intermediate Holding Company (IHC) in which he works closely with the IHC CEO and all U.S. business leaders in driving collaboration opportunities across our U.S. operations.

John joined RBC in May of 2015 from Credit Suisse, where he held dual roles as the COO for Credit Suisse’s Americas Equities businesses and the Head of Front Office Controls for Credit Suisse’s Global Equities business. Prior to Credit Suisse, John spent 16 years at Merrill Lynch, where he held various Financing, Operational and COO positions within Merrill’s Treasury, Equity Derivatives and Prime Brokerage divisions in New York, Hong Kong and Australia. He began his career in commercial banking during which he held a variety of Credit and Operations roles.

John is active in RBC’s Employee Resource Groups (ERG) and in the Jersey City community. He is the Executive Sponsor OF RBC’s Vets Network ERG working closely with select veteran organizations in both New York and New Jersey.  John serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the New Jersey City University School of Business, and actively supports The Boys and Girls Club of Hudson County and The All-Stars Project Development School for Youth.

John received his B.A. in Finance and International Business from Pace University in New York, and his M.B.A in Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business. Additionally, he holds Series 7, 24 and 63 licenses.