A plan for your priorities

Getting the right investment advice is a key part of managing wealth. But it's just one part of a bigger picture.

That's why you deserve a coordinated wealth management strategy that helps to address the financial concerns at each stage of life, such as:

  • Growing assets for future goals like retirement
  • Maintaining assets to protect financial well-being
  • Creating an income stream for retirement
  • Creating a lasting legacy

A team approach to professional wealth management

The RBC Wealth Management Services team works closely with us to provide strategies to help reduce your taxes, plan for your retirement and protect your legacy.

With over 250 highly accredited tax, legal and financial professionals, the industry-leading RBC Wealth Management Services team helps us provide the integrated wealth management solutions you would normally only expect to find at a family office acting for Canada's wealthiest families.

From comprehensive financial plans to guidance on complex tax and legal issues, this team of highly skilled specialists helps your Investment Advisors create an integrated family wealth management strategy, which can be implemented in coordination with your existing tax and legal advisors.

The team’s areas of expertise include:
• Retirement planning: Helping you meet your retirement income goals and maximize your after-tax retirement income
• Financial planning: Creating a comprehensive strategy to help you stay on track to meeting your financial and life goals
• Taxation: Implementing strategies to help reduce your family’s tax burden
• Business ownership planning: Helping you effectively transition from your business while reducing taxes and maximizing retirement assets
• Estate and trusts: Efficiently transferring your wealth to the next generation
• Insurance solutions: Providing financial security, tax reduction, enhanced retirement income and legacy protection
• Charitable giving: Helping you maximize your charitable legacy
 

Blog Posts

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Can equities tolerate higher bond yields?

Feb 25, 2021 | Frédérique Carrier

The spike in yields of late has sent shivers through stock markets. But this rise, if contained, isn’t necessarily bad news for stocks.

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Why are yields on the rise, and how could higher yields affect investors?

Feb 18, 2021 | Thomas Garretson, CFA

The pace of yield gains has brought some market jitters. But we see yields rising for the right reasons, bringing with it little threat for markets.

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Meme stock episode: Is this a risk to traditional investment portfolios?

Feb 12, 2021 | Kelly Bogdanova

We think the GameStop episode is indicative of a megashift at play—one that’s bigger than the stock market. What does this mean for long-term investors?

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What's happening with Bitcoin

Feb 11, 2021 | Maarten Jansen, Juan Aronna, Frédérique Carrier

Bitcoin is a potentially transformative technology whose impacts may extend beyond its use as an investment.

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Breaking down economic data: What's in store for the U.S. economy?

Feb 05, 2021 | Thomas Garretson, CFA

Much of the outlook remains dependent on the path of COVID-19, with plenty still to be done, the tailwinds suggest plenty of reason for optimism.

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