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Average Salary by Employer Name for Certification: Canadian Securities Course (CSC)

Employees with a Canadian Securities Course (CSC) Certification
Salary by Employer Name
Employer Name
National Salary Data (?
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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)
101 salaries
C$33,883 - C$65,432  
BMO - Bank of Montreal
44 salaries
C$31,317 - C$52,037  
TD Canadatrust
33 salaries
C$35,894 - C$51,176  
23 salaries
C$35,377 - C$82,414  
BMO Financial Group
21 salaries
C$34,156 - C$59,180  
RBC Bank
17 salaries
C$39,010 - C$60,267  
RBC Dominion Securities Inc.
16 salaries
C$31,027 - C$48,585  
Scotia Bank
16 salaries
C$38,783 - C$59,598  
RBC Royal Bank
12 salaries
C$35,372 - C$78,297  
Royal Bank of Canada
12 salaries
C$28,828 - C$64,669  
TD Financial Group
10 salaries
C$36,241 - C$88,403  
CIBC World Markets Corp
9 salaries
C$36,975 - C$52,500  
TD Waterhouse
9 salaries
C$36,380 - C$53,000  
Raymond James Ltd.
9 salaries
C$42,500 - C$55,000  
BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc.
8 salaries
C$32,522 - C$44,219  
The National Bank of Canada
7 salaries
C$43,409 - C$48,697  
RBC Financial Group
7 salaries
C$45,000 - C$68,000  
TD Canada
7 salaries
C$36,799 - C$46,000  
Scotia Mcleod Inc.
6 salaries
C$35,228 - C$42,729  
Toronto Dominion Canada Trust
6 salaries
C$39,777 - C$54,124  
The Bank of Montreal
5 salaries
C$31,950 - C$39,900  
The Bank of Nova Scotia
5 salaries
C$38,000 - C$50,495  
TD Bank Financial Group
5 salaries
C$38,500 - C$56,500  
The Investors Group
5 salaries
C$18,500 - C$46,452  
Country: Canada | Currency: CAD | Updated: 25 Apr 2015 | Individuals Reporting: 630

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