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For more than a century, RBC Wealth Management has provided trusted advice and wealth management solutions to individuals, families and institutions. We are truly a global organisation, bringing our diverse expertise and deep knowledge to the sophisticated financial needs of our clients around the world. We are committed to earning our clients’ trust by building lasting relationships and confidence, putting your interests first in everything we do. Every interaction with us is defined through our core values and culture of doing what’s right for our clients and the communities we operate in. Forward-looking, innovative and committed to helping clients thrive and communities prosper – we are the partner you can depend on to help you achieve your financial goals.

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Our experts

As a global leader in wealth management, we bring our diverse expertise and deep knowledge to the sophisticated financial needs of our clients around the world.

Eric Lascelles

Chief Economist
RBC Global Asset Management Inc.

“In retrospect, the decision to deliver fiscal stimulus during the worst of the economic downturn was inspired. Not only have bond markets reacted well, but international evidence has also congealed around the conclusion that every dollar borrowed generated two in economic benefits. So far, so good.”

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Julian Washington

Head of Client Insight & Intermediary Relationships

“When you've built your business from scratch and made every decision from how many paper clips you need to order to massive commercial multi-million pound questions, it's a huge deal to get your head around the idea of letting go and handing that control on to the next generation.”

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Janet Engels

Director of Portfolio Advisory Group,
U.S. Equities

“We continue to suggest to our investors that they maintain their asset allocation to stocks; what is comfortable to them, what makes sense from a strategic standpoint for their allocation and there are reasons for that. Number one: We see no risk of U.S. recession. If we did, the view would be quite different.”

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