Additional ways we can help
If you are a corporate executive, you have professional responsibilities to your firm and personal financial interests that are both subject to regulatory complexities and may be challenging to fulfill. We leverage the full breadth of the RBC platform to deliver an array of sophisticated investment options to help you feel confident about your ability to accomplish your important financial goals.
Raise capital through equity and debt underwriting, initial public offerings (IPOs), private placements, private investment in public equities and lending that can be tailored to your unique needs. Merger and acquisition advisory services are also available.
Simplify your responsibilities with full-service, real-time stock plan administration, featuring service reporting compliant with accounting standards. We offer the flexibility to accommodate various types of options, accounts, exercise
Design and implement a plan allowing your employees, relatives, friends and associates to purchase stock as part of your company’s IPO.
Buyback shares of corporate stock using strategies to help your company achieve maximum results while complying with Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations including Rule 10b-18.
Design and execute pre-arranged trading plans under SEC Rule 10b5-1, permitting sales and purchases during company-imposed blackouts, with services that include monitoring and performing trades, filing Rule 144 paperwork and reporting transaction details back to the issuer for filing purposes.
Safely liquidate restricted or control stock positions by assuring all open-market transactions fully comply with Rule 144, including services to help insiders and affiliates ensure their transactions meet SEC guidelines.
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.