Wednesday Jul 23, 2014

RBC Aqcuires Full Ownership of RBC Dexia Investor Services

29 July 2012

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of 50% stake of RBC Dexia Investor Services Limited (RBC Dexia) that RBC did not already own from Banque International a Luxembourge.

With this transaction complete, RBC has now become the sole owner of the top 10 global custodian, which is now being rebranded as RBC Investor Services.

What is RBC Investor Services?

RBC Investor Services is a premier provider of investor services of asset managers, financial institutions and other institutional investors worldwide.

As you may know, RBC’s unique approach to domestic and cross border solutions has made it a great choice for many clients.

What does this mean for RBC?

RBC has positioned itself for solid long term growth. They can look forward to building on their strong relationships with their current clients and become the premier provider of investor services across the world.

RBC Investor Services has established itself as a top 10 global custodian strength in client service excellence and outstanding execution.

With the full ownership by RBC and encouraged response from clients around the world, RBC has stated they are excited to see this transaction compelted.

RBC clients will be able to benefit from RBC’s financial strength, complementary capabilities through wealth management and capital markets, not to mention their commitment to growth.

I for one am looking forward to seeing what RBC will do with this latest acquisition as they continue to grow in the market.

What do you think of RBC acquiring full ownership of RBC Dexia Investor Services Limites?

 

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has recently announced that it has completed the acquisition of 50% stake of RBC Dexia Investor Services Limited (RBC Dexia) that RBC did not already own from Banque International a Luxembourge.

With this transaction complete, RBC has now become the sole owner of the top 10 global custodian, which is now being rebranded as RBC Investor Services.

What is RBC Investor Services?

RBC Investor Services is a premier provider of investor services of asset managers, financial institutions and other institutional investors worldwide.

As you may know, RBC’s unique approach to domestic and cross border solutions has made it a great choice for many clients.

What does this mean for RBC?

RBC has positioned itself for solid long term growth. They can look forward to building on their strong relationships with their current clients and become the premier provider of investor services across the world.

RBC Investor Services has established itself as a top 10 global custodian strength in client service excellence and outstanding execution.

With the full ownership by RBC and encouraged response from clients around the world, RBC has stated they are excited to see this transaction compelted.

RBC  clients will be able to benefit from RBC’s financial strength, complementary capabilities through wealth management and capital markets, not to mention their commitment to growth.

I for one am looking forward to seeing what RBC will do with this latest acquisition as they continue to grow in the market.

What do you think of RBC acquiring full ownership of RBC Dexia Investor Services Limited?

About the Author

Sensei

My favorite weapon of choice is the samurai sword. I use it to cut my chicken during dinner, cut my hair and periodically carve my name into stone when I am bored. I love meditating on top of a 15ft high pole and eating those sushi’s with smoked salmon on top. I love everything there is about Canada and everything financially related to Canadians. I write deily posts from Canadian Banks to Credit Card information.

Comments (3 )



George Wrote:

Sounds like your story is more of an infomercial for RBC. There is allot of downside to RBC!

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Sensei Reply:

RBC like any bank does have it’s faults. Are you having any trouble with them recently?

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George Reply:

Well yes RBC has its faults, but RBC was the ONLY Canadian Bank to have their credit rating downgraded by two notches by Moody’s last June…. UNLIKE the other banks. I have the same troubles as many other Canadians. Check out last night’s 6 o’clock news.

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