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RBC is one of the strongest, most stable banks globally and has a Tier 1 Capital Ratio of 13% as of Feb 2011. By market capitalization, RBC is among the top 20 largest banks globally, and is the 6th largest bank in North America as of Feb 2011.

RBC is a leading provider of financial services, operating since 1869. RBC has more than USD711 billion in assets and one of the highest credit ratings of any financial institution - Moody's AA1 and Standard & Poor's AA-. RBC Capital Markets employs over 3,000 professional and support staff to deliver products and services out of 75 offices in 15 countries in Asia and Australia, the U.K. and Europe, and in every major North American city.

Royal Bank of Canada operates it banking business in Australia through its Sydney Branch, as a licensed Branches of Foreign Banks. RBC Sydney provides wholesale banking services in Australia.


Royal Bank of Canada Sydney branch committed to develop and deliver the most innovative products, manage customer experience, deliver quality service that contribute to brand strength, develop a competitive advantage and enhance profitability, thus providing value to the stakeholders of the bank.

  Royal Bank of Canada (Australia Branch)
Category : Branches of Foreign Banks

Address :
Level 46 2-26 Park St
Sydney NSW 2000

Telephone : +61 2 9033 3000

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RBC Capital Markets offers a broad and expanding range of corporate and investment banking products and services to corporations, governments and institutions. RBC Capital Markets' in-depth industry knowledge and research positions it to deliver the best customized solutions for clients through teams of professionals worldwide. The Bank are regulated by the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) in Australia. APRA is responsible for regulating much of the financial industry, including insurance and superannuation companies. Institution seeking to be prudentially regulated as an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI) is required to be authorised under the Banking Act 1959 (the Banking Act). The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is responsible for the authorisation process.

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