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How we help you

We assist clients with constructing and implementing a blueprint for achieving their financial goals now, in retirement and for future generations. Accountability and transparency are important to us, and our approach to planning and managing their assets is thorough, ongoing and personalized. We begin with an extensive discovery process to identify and quantify each client’s specific needs. We then apply sophisticated planning analysis to build customized investment portfolios tailored toward helping them reach their unique goals.

Our clients have accumulated significant assets and are looking for a team of experienced professionals to take on the responsibility of growing their assets while mitigating risk. These clients can be successful business owners or executives, charitable foundations, families with multigenerational wealth or hard-working people who have accumulated wealth through disciplined saving. 
 

Advice you can trust

Distinguished by a long heritage of financial integrity and unwavering dedication to our clients, RBC has consistently earned high credit ratings.1

  • Moody's Aa1 and A1 / stable4
  • Standard & Poor's AA- and A / stable4
  • Fitch Ratings AA2 and AA-3 / stable4

Additionally, RBC has a reputation of strength and stability with a high-quality balance sheet, proactive risk management and a strong liquidity position.

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