Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is a global financial institution with a purpose-driven, principles-led approach to delivering leading performance, and creating value for their clients and communities. They are one of Canada’s biggest banks and among the largest in the world based on market capitalization. They Royal Bank provides personal and commercial banking, wealth management, insurance, investor services, and capital markets products and services on a global basis.
RBC Affiliate Program Review. Royal Bank of Canada (RBC; French: Banque royale du Canada) is a Canadian multinational financial services company and the largest bank in Canada by market capitalization. The bank serves over 16 million clients and has 86,000+ employees worldwide. Founded in 1864 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, it maintains a corporate headquarters in Toronto and its head office in Montreal. RBC’s institution number is 003. In November 2017, RBC was added to the Financial Stability Board’s list of global systemically important banks.
In Canada, the bank’s personal and commercial banking operations are branded as RBC Royal Bank in English and RBC Banque Royale in French and serves approximately ten million clients through its network of 1,209 branches. RBC Bank is a U.S. banking subsidiary which formerly operated 439 branches across six states in the Southeastern United States, but now only offers cross-border banking services to Canadian travellers and expats. RBC’s other U.S. subsidiary City National Bank operates 79 branches across 11 U.S. states. RBC also has 127 branches across seventeen countries in the Caribbean, which serve more than 16 million clients.RBC Capital Markets is RBC’s worldwide investment and corporate banking subsidiary, while the investment brokerage firm is known as RBC Dominion Securities. Investment banking services are also provided through RBC Bank and the focus is on middle market clients.
In 2011, RBC was the largest Canadian company by revenue and market capitalization and was ranked 50th in the 2013 Forbes Global 2000 listing. The company has operations in Canada and 36 other countries, and had C$1.01 trillion of Assets under management in 2021
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The RBC Affiliate Program operates on a partnership approach to ensure mutual success, providing a calendar of product incentives and promotions for their partners. Publishers have access to RBC’s portfolio of market-leading rewards and cash back credit cards, and are remunerated for approved credit card customers on a competitive cost per acquisition (CPA) basis.
The program is continually growing and evolving, and if you’re a publisher with the ability to drive high quality applicants, please express your interest by joining the program in the Fintel Connect network.
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Product Categories Offered: Credit Cards
Geographic Area: Canada
The RBC Affiliate Program provides a calendar of product incentives and promotions for their partners.
Publishers have access to RBC’s portfolio of market leading rewards and cash back credit cards, and are remunerated for approved credit card customers on a competitive cost per acquisition (CPA) basis.
If you’re a publisher with the ability to drive high quality applicants, please express your interest by joining the program in the Fintel Connect network.
1920: RBC opened a branch in Colombia and a branch in Castries, St Lucia.
1923: RBC bought and consolidated the banking operations of Pedro Gomez Mena e Hijo in Cuba.
1925: RBC opened a branch in Peru, and acquired the American-owned, and failed, Bank of Central and South America. The purchase of BCSA brought with it subsidiaries, and their branches, in Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, and Venezuela
1960: Fidel Castro‘s regime acquired RBC’s operations in Cuba on 8 December. At the time of the forced sale, RBC had 24 branches in Cuba. From 1961 to 1965, RBC maintained a Special Representative in Havana to facilitate trade between Cuba and Canada. After the failed Bay of Pigs Invasion in April 1961, the Special Representative acted as a financial intermediary between the American and Cuban governments to manage the ransoming of the prisoners for food and agricultural machinery.
A dditionally RBC incorporated its operations in Trinidad and Tobago locally, floating the shares, thereby divesting itself of ownership. The new bank took the name Royal Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (RBTT).
2006: RBC upgraded its representative office in Beijing, China, to a branch.
2006: Created an institutional investment joint venture with Dexia. The 50/50 partnership operated under the name RBC Dexia Investor Services.
2008: RBC established a representative office in Mumbai, India. RBC re-acquired 98.14% of the shares of Royal Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. This brought RBC back to Trinidad and Tobago some 20 years after it had withdrawn and provided it with a presence in other islands served by RBTT.
2011: RBC sold RBC Bank to PNC Financial Services for US$3.62 billion. PNC ATMs are now used by customers with RBC Bank (Georgia), N.A. providing Canadians with bank options when they are residing in the US.
2012: RBC completed the acquisition of Dexia’s 50-percent stake in RBC Dexia Investor Services Limited, making it the sole owner of the newly named [RBC Investor & Treasury Services]. RBC also opened a Branch in Wilemstad, Curaçao.
2015: RBC agreed to sell its Swiss private bank Royal Bank of Canada (Suisse) SA to local rival SYZ Group. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. Royal Bank of Canada (Suisse) manages Sfr. 10 billion (US$10.5 billion, C$13.4 billion) of assets for clients in Africa, the Middle East and South America.
2015: RBC completed the acquisition of City National Bank (November)
2016: On January 21, 2016, Aviva announced the acquisition of RBC General Insurance Company, for C$582 million.
2019: RBC agreed to sell its Eastern Caribbean banking operations, in places such as Antigua, Dominica, and Saint Lucia, to a consortium of banks in the region.
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