In our blog post this week, we have included the most recent economic update video from Eric Lascelles, RBC Global Asset Management’s Chief Economist, What the election results may mean for markets. We’ve also included the event replay from the most recent online seminar in the Elinesky Schuett Speaker Series, Thinking about what comes next, in conversation with Jim Allworth.
Over the past 18 months, there have been some fantastic advancements in RBC's technology to enhance your wealth management experience. Last week we shared information about the new RBC Mobile app and RBC Wealth Management online – you can get all the details on our website – and this week we are excited to share details about our new online meeting scheduler that will make scheduling your next appointment with us even easier!
September 30, 2021, marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. RBC Royal Bank branches will be closed, but as the U.S. financial markets are open that day, RBC Dominion Securities branch offices, including our office, will remain open. Learn more about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation below, and find out what events are taking place online and in our community that are commemorating the day.
As always, we end our weekly with a few good news stories from in and around our community.
What the Canadian election results may mean for markets
Déjà vu all over again
The results of the 44th Canadian election are in - with minimal changes to seat distribution across parties. In this video, RBC Global Asset Management’s Chief Economist, Eric Lascelles, Lascelles reviews the re-elected Liberal Party's updated policy plans for housing, taxes, green initiatives and more. He also discusses the response from financial markets thus far.
Watch the video online: What the Canadian election results may mean for markets
An economic and market update with Jim Allworth
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the latest event in the Elinesky Schuett Speaker Series, Thinking about what comes next, in conversation with Jim Allworth. During this live event, Jim provided his outlook for the global and Canadian economies and financial markets.
You can listen to the event replay online now: Thinking about what comes next
Coming soon! An easier way to book your next meeting with us
We are looking forward to offering you a new way schedule your next meeting with us quickly and easily through our online meeting scheduler.
Although our team is slowly transitioning back to our office, in-person meetings at the office are not possible at this time. We will continue to meet with you over the phone or using our WebEx, our preferred and fully secure video conferencing platform, and you can use this new online meeting scheduler to select your preference! When we are able to welcome you back to the office, the option to schedule an in-person meeting will also be available!
Starting in October, we will be sending you appointment invitation emails using this new online meeting scheduler tool. We hope you find this new service convenient, however, if you prefer, we are always happy to schedule meetings with you over the phone or by email, as usual.
How it works
- We will email you an invitation when it’s time to schedule your next meeting with us
- Click on the link in the email to view our calendar. You will only see dates and times when we are available.
- Pick an available date and time that’s convenient for you
- Once the meeting has been scheduled, we will send you a confirmation email with additional meeting details
Protecting your privacy
As a reminder, RBC will never send you an email asking you to click on a website link to log into your account or provide confidential information. With our new online scheduler, we will send you an email with a link to view our calendar and select your meeting time only. If you ever need to send us confidential information online, please ask about our secure message service
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, September 30, 2021
September 30, 2021, marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The day honours the lost children and Survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. Public commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliation process.*
There are events taking place in our community, and online, to commemorate the day. We have included a few links below:
For more information about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, please visit the dedicated page on Canada.ca: National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a federal holiday. RBC Royal Bank branches will be closed, but as the U.S. financial markets are open that day, RBC Dominion Securities branch offices, including our office, will remain open.
Each week, we like to share a few good news stories from in and around the community. We hope that they brighten your day!
- Soon to turn 100, local woman embarks on 100 walks for charity
- Gallery: Various city parks host Jazz Festival on Saturday (8 photos)
- Motorcycles bring the thunder to Fergus Legion’s inaugural Show and Shine event
- Minto offers busy slate of activities for Culture Days, Sept. 24 to Oct. 24
- Milton library holding book sale
- ‘Bubble Lady’ uses soapy creations to connect with residents in Guelph
As always, we are available to connect with you personally. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 519-822-2024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.