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

Richard Barrington

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

Rachel Hasler

Rachael Hasler

Senior Branch Service Manager

Our Team

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The fall issue of RBC Wealth Management’s Prosper·US magazine features stories of the women financial advisors who use the firm’s capabilities to serve their clients and help them prepare for retirement and other financial goals. Read more about our client first approach in these inspiring stories.

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As all eyes focus on Q1 earnings results, we think the full-year earnings growth trajectory is more important. Growth rates for the Magnificent 7 and non-Mag 7 stocks are expected to converge, but some earnings risks remain.

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