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RBC Wealth Management wins at WealthBriefing European and Citywealth Magic Circle awards


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RBC Wealth Management’s fiduciary business has been recognised at both the WealthBriefing European Awards, winning the ‘Institutional Trust or Fiduciary Company’ and ‘Wealth Planning Team’ categories, and at the Citywealth Magic Circle Awards, receiving ‘Trust Company of the Year’.

Now in its third year, the WealthBriefing European Awards showcase ‘best of breed’ providers in the global private banking, wealth management and trusted advisor communities and are designed to recognise companies, teams and individuals which the panel of judges deemed to have ‘demonstrated innovation and excellence during 2014’. The awards were held in London on 30 April.

The Citywealth Magic Circle Awards, held in London on 7 May, recognise the achievements of the leading investment managers, banks, trust companies, law firms, family offices, and tax advisors in the wealth sector. The award winners are selected by a panel of judges from a list of shortlisted firms who had made submissions highlighting their accomplishments over the previous year.

“It is incredibly fulfilling that our British Isles-based Fiduciary Services business has once again been recognised for our wealth planning and institutional trust offering.  This is a further endorsement from our peers that emphasises the consistent service our employees provide to our clients day in, day out,” commented David Foster, Head of Fiduciary Services, RBC Wealth Management – International.

In addition to these successes, RBC Wealth Management was also recently named one of the ‘Top 25 Trust Companies’ by eprivateclient.

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