RBC Wealth Management has been helping to build and preserve its clients’ wealth for more than 100 years. We are one of the world’s top 10 largest wealth managers* and a segment of Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), offering the discipline, strength and stability of Canada’s largest bank. RBC has been named “Safest Bank in North America” and the tenth safest bank worldwide by Global Finance.
Guided by our values and our responsibility as stewards of our clients’ wealth, our advisors build trusted relationships with their clients that often last lifetimes. Our approach always has been, and always will be, to put the needs of our clients first.
RBC Wealth Management offers integrated wealth management solutions to meet the sophisticated financial needs of wealthy individuals, as well as corporate and institutional clients. We offer investment management, trust and estate planning, credit solutions, private banking, asset management and more.
We serve the needs of clients across a range of global markets through a network of offices in key financial centres. Our offices are located in regions recognized for the flexibility and security they provide our clients and for the integrity of their financial and regulatory systems.
We are proud of the strong reputation for corporate citizenship we have earned over the years. World Economic Forum named RBC among the most sustainable large organizations in the world. RBC has also been named one of “Canada’s Greenest Employers,” one of “Canada’s Best Diversity Employers,” one of “Canada’s Most Socially Responsible Corporations,” and one of the “Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada.” RBC has been also recognized among the world’s financial, social and environmental corporate leaders for the 13th consecutive year on the 2013 Dow Jones Sustainability World Index.
We have the financial strength to honour our commitments and a long history of prudent fiscal management. Our services can provide continuity through family generations.
* 2013 Scorpio Partnership’s Global Private Banking Benchmark