Royal Bank of Canada - Statistics & Facts

Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) was founded in 1864 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, but moved its headquarters from Montreal to Toronto in 1976. RBC provides personal and commercial banking, wealth management, insurance, investor services and capital market products and services worldwide. It was the eleventh biggest bank in the world, by market capitalization, as of June 2019.

In 2018, RBC was the largest bank in Canada, with approximately 1.28 trillion Canadian dollars in total assets. RBC has a very strong brand, especially in Canada. It was the overall leading Canadian brand and the most valuable banking brand in North America as of February 2019, with 17.4 billion U.S. dollars in brand value.

The market capitalization of RBC amounted to almost 140 billion Canadian dollars in 2018. The value of shareholder equity rose from 47.67 billion Canadian dollars in 2013 to 79.86 billion Canadian dollars in 2018. The common share price of the bank dropped to its highest point of 102.65 Canadian dollars in 2017 to 93.44 Canadian dollars in 2018.

RBC also has an excellent relationship with their customers. Canadian customers rated RBC as their favorite bank in Canada in 2018.

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