Our most treasured asset is our clients’ trust


The best returns are more than financial

At RBC Wealth Management, we know what’s important to you—the success of your family, personal aspirations and the legacy you want to leave to the world. See how we can help you grow more than wealth.


Welcome

Optimizing the client experience is the focus of our team. We build long term relationships by presenting clear, competent, and unbiased financial and investment advice. Understanding the client and their long term goals, unique financial situation, and risk tolerance act as the foundation for our investment process. We strive to provide a customized solution to all of our client’s financial needs by combining our experience with the technology and global resources of RBC Wealth Management.


Local client service and global resources

We use an extensive due diligence process to better understand your goals, objectives, risk tolerance and investment policy in order to provide specific asset allocation and investment recommendations. The resources of our Global firm help us to deliver an exceptional client experience. We’re confident that the combined resources of our entire organization and talent of our personnel will allow us to deliver an unparalleled level of service that has been the RBC Wealth Management trademark since 1909.


Collision course?

With hardliners in the U.S. and Iran holding sway, the two longtime adversaries remain locked in a bellicose standoff. While a diplomatic off-ramp may emerge, we believe the crisis could unfold in a manner not yet fully appreciated by the oil market. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of Global Insight.

Take the next step

We welcome you to experience the RBC Wealth Management difference yourself. Contact us today to set up a meeting.

Meet the team

Learn more about The Tancill Investment Group.

Latest Insights

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