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How we serve you

The Market Street Group strives to execute wealth accumulation and preservation strategies for generational wealth that encompass closely held businesses and the families we advise. We provide resources on capital market transactions, business valuation, strategies on both sides of the balance sheet, lending and private investment from our colleagues at RBC Wealth Management with our perspective of managing wealth for over 25 years. We also advise on charitable giving, which may include the establishment of donor-advised funds. Many of our clients require unique solutions in aircraft utilization and financing, as well as professional sports management. We are committed to helping clients through their financial journeys toward the achievement of their aspirations. We have amassed a network of private equity money managers along with legal, accounting and valuation specialists. Our client advisory board assists us in adapting to the ever-changing wealth management climate, practice management strategies and client engagement.

Let's take the next step together

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

Learn about Fixed Income Advantage at RBC Wealth Management

Watch our video to learn what really differentiates RBC Wealth Management from the rest of the industry in providing clients with access to our Fixed Income Advantage program.

Strength 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.

Global Insight 2024 Midyear Outlook

Global Insight Outlook Cover Image - July 2024U.S. debt dilemma: No quick fixes and no catastrophes

The federal government’s debt has doubled since 2015 – and shows no signs of turning around.  Read the Midyear Outlook »