Like many securities firms, RBC Capital Markets receives payments from fund companies. RBC Capital Markets uses this money for general marketing and Financial Advisor educational programs, to offset compliance and product management costs, and to support client education programs and seminars. In return for the payments, fund companies are given access to our branch offices for the purpose of educating our Financial Advisors and informing them about available products. Our Financial Advisors do not receive any extra commission for selling funds from these companies. Each Financial Advisor individually evaluates the funds and then works with you to choose the appropriate investment for your financial needs. RBC WM has a conflict of interest associated with utilizing these third party providers that make payments to RBC.
RBC Capital Markets receives payments from certain mutual fund affiliates annually as a percentage of the value of fund assets held with RBC Capital Markets. These payments are used in part to offset costs that RBC Capital Markets incurs in connection with providing certain operational and administrative services which may include sending shareholder statements, maintaining shareholder records, performing regulatory mailings, and monitoring prospectus requirements. More information on these payments may be found in a fund’s prospectus or Statement of Additional Information.
Mutual Fund and ETF Arrangements
This information is updated annually. Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of a fund before investing. Prospectuses containing this and other information about the fund are available by contacting your Financial Professional. Please read the prospectus carefully before investing to make sure that the fund is appropriate for your goals and risk tolerance. Hard copies of this disclosure document can be obtained upon contacting your financial professional.
Investment and insurance products offered through RBC Wealth Management are not insured by the FDIC or any other federal government agency, are not deposits or other obligations of, or guaranteed by, a bank or any bank affiliate, and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.