CIBC World Markets is the investment banking subsidiary of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. The firm operates as an investment bank both in the domestic and international equity and debt capital markets. The bank provides a variety of financial services including credit and capital market products, mergers and acquisitions, merchant banking and other investment banking advisory services.
Established via a series of acquisitions, including Canadian brokerage Wood, Gundy & Co. and U.S.-based Oppenheimer & Co. CIBC World Markets has been a leading investment bank in Canada with a notable presence in various international markets at times over the years.
CIBC World Markets is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario with offices in Canada in Calgary, Alberta, Montreal, Quebec, Vancouver, British Columbia and Ottawa, Ontario. In the United States, the bank has a major office in New York, New York with additional offices in Atlanta, Georgia, Boston, Massachusetts, Chicago, Illinois, Houston, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah. Other offices internationally include: Beijing, Dublin, Hong Kong, London, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.
... On November 4, 2007, CIBC announced from Toronto that they agreed to sell to Oppenheimer Co ... equities, leveraged finance and related debt capital markets businesses ... The transaction also included CIBC's Israeli investment banking and equities business, and certain parts of other U.S ...
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