Tony Maiorino

Vice President & Director, Head
RBC Wealth Management Services

Tony Maiorino

Vice President & Director, Head
RBC Wealth Management Services

Tony Maiorino is head of the RBC Wealth Management Services team with Wealth Management Canada. This team of over 200 professionals provides legal, tax and financial planning expertise to advisors in RBC Dominion Securities and RBC Phillips, Hager & North Investment Counsel in RBC’s Wealth Management Canada segment, as well as, private bankers, financial planners and investment and retirement planners in the RBC Canadian Banking segment. Mr. Maiorino has 20 plus years of experience advising high net wealth clients in Canada.

Mr. Maiorino began his career in Ottawa at Royal Trust and has since worked in most areas of RBC Wealth Management including Estate & Trust Services, Private Council, Dominion Securities, Wealth Management Insurance and as a branch manager in the RBC Canadian Banking segment.

Mr. Maiorino is a member of the RBC Wealth Management Canada Operating Committee and the Wealth Management and Insurance Operating Committee. He is a Director of RBC Wealth Management Financial Services Inc. and Director of Royal Trust Corporation of Canada and The Royal Trust Company. Mr. Maiorino lives in Toronto with his wife and three children.

Tony Maiorino's content

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Retirement

Why inheritance is not a retirement plan

Of all the financial planning tips your parents gave you growing up, waiting on an inheritance to fund your own retirement probably wasn’t one of them.

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Wealth transfer

Estate planning for blended families: 4 tips on getting it right

Blending two families – from the emotional considerations to the actual physical space where everyone will reside -- is a difficult balancing act for many Canadians. Add to this equation the financial trifecta of “yours, mine and ours,” and you have a breeding ground for challenges.

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Healthcare

Caught in the Sandwich Generation? How to mitigate the squeeze

If you’re raising children and caring for aging parents, you’re part of the growing population segment known as the “Sandwich Generation”.

5 minute read