Our culture

President Thomas Sagissor explains why RBC Wealth Management is dedicated to a culture for financial advisors that encourages autonomy and an entrepreneurial spirit.

Why stay with a firm where you feel like a number?

RBC Wealth Management empowers our employees with a spirit of entrepreneurship. We combine world-class strength and global resources with a vibrant small-firm culture. RBC seeks the advisor whose character is as strong as their production, and whose investments are primarily in relationships. We seek the right people, striving for excellence.

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Richard Barrington

Senior Vice President - Branch Director, Senior Portfolio Manager - Portfolio Focus

Our Team

Our team is located at

5251 DTC Pkwy., Greenwood Village, CO, 80111, USA

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Prosper US Spring 2022 CoverExplore Prosper•US

The Spring 2022 edition of RBC's Prosper US magazine is now out! This is the fifth issue of the magazine, which showcases different aspects of our unique culture at RBC Wealth Management-U.S. and features several #WomenofRBC sharing personal stories about their lives at work and at home. Read the Spring 2022 edition.

Named to the 2021 Best Places to Work list

RBC Wealth Management was named to the Best Places to Work list in 2021 by the Minneapolis-St Paul Business Journal. We are proud to be named to the list for the third straight year.

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