Tom Sagissor


RBC Wealth Management–U.S.

“We are a people-driven firm, and our culture is rooted in doing what’s right for clients and colleagues. The strong bonds and enduring relationships we build make RBC Wealth Management the destination of choice for clients and advisors.”

Following a career in professional hockey, it’s no wonder Tom Sagissor, president of RBC Wealth Management–U.S., leads with energy and passion—and motivates those around him to give their absolute best.

Tom plays a critical role in preserving the firm’s strong culture and accelerating its growth as a leading provider of wealth management and banking services to entrepreneurs, professionals and families throughout the United States. He leads the day-to-day operations of the firm’s Private Client Group, comprised of more than 2,100 advisors in 42 states.

In March 1994, Tom joined Dain Bosworth (a predecessor of RBC Wealth Management­–U.S.) as a financial advisor. Applying the lessons he learned on the ice about teamwork, Tom quickly moved up the ranks to become a leader in the organization—first as an assistant branch director in Minneapolis, then complex director in Milwaukee, then divisional director and now president.

In addition to his leadership role with RBC Wealth Management–U.S., Tom is a board member of RBC U.S. Group Holdings LLC, RBC’s intermediate holding company (IHC). He is the co-executive sponsor of the RBC Wealth Management–U.S. Diversity Leadership Council. He is also an active member of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) Private Client Group committee to advocate on behalf of advisors and investors.

Tom graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison (UW) and proudly supports the UW Badger athletic foundation and alumni group. He was a member of the 1990 national championship UW Badger hockey team.

Tom is married and has four grown children. He’s an active member of his local community and a strong supporter of his city’s high school sports programs.