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Royal Bank Plaza

200 Bay Street

Toronto, ON M5J 2J5

Canada

Phone: 888-212-5533

Fax: 416-955-7800

visory, financing, and other services to safeguard client assets, improve liquidity, and manage risk across multiple jurisdictions. It also provides funding and liquidity management for RBC. The company is a global custodian by assets under administration with a network of 18 offices across North America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific. CAPITAL MARKETS This segment provides public and private companies, institutional investors, governments, and central banks worldwide with a range of capital markets products and services across the company’s two major business lines: Corporate and Investment Banking, and Global Markets. Its legacy portfolio is grouped under Other. In North America, the company offers a suite of products and services, which include corporate and investment banking, equity and debt origination and distribution, and structuring and trading. Outside North America, it has a select presence in the U.K. and Europe, and the Asia-Pacific, where the company offers a set of capabilities in its primary sectors of expertise, such as energy, mining, and infrastructure. Corporate and Investment Banking Corporate and Investment Banking comprises the company’s corporate lending, loan syndications, debt and equity origination, mergers and acquisitions advisory services, private equity, research, client securitization, and the global credit businesses. Global Markets Global Markets comprises the company’s fixed income, foreign exchange, equity sales and trading, repos and secured financing and commodities businesses. Other Other comprises the company’s legacy portfolio, which consists of its bank-owned life insurance products, the U.S. commercial mortgage-backed securities, and the U.S. auction rate securities. Government Regulation and Supervision – Canada The company is a ‘Schedule I’ Bank under the Bank Act (Canada), and as such, is a federally regulated financial institution. The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) reports to the Minister of Finance for the supervision of the company, as well as its Canadian federally regulated trust, loan, and insurance subsidiaries. The company is also required to make periodic reports to OSFI. The company and its Canadian trust, loan, and insurance subsidiaries are also subject to regulation under the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Act (FCAC Act). The company and its subsidiaries, such as Royal Trust Corporation of Canada, The Royal Trust Company, Royal Bank Mortgage Corporation, and RBC Investor Services Trust, are member institutions of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC). The activities of the company’s subsidiaries, such as RBC Dominion Securities Inc.; RBC Direct Investing Inc.; Royal Mutual Funds Inc.; RBC Global Asset Management Inc.; Phillips, Hager & North Investment Funds Ltd.; and RBC Phillips, Hager & North Investment Counsel Inc., which act as securities dealers (including investment dealers, mutual fund dealers and exempt market dealers), advisors (investment counsel/portfolio manager) or investment fund managers are regulated in Canada under provincial and territorial securities laws (which are administered and enforced by securities regulatory authorities), and in some cases, by the rules of the applicable self-regulatory organization (the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada for investment dealers and the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada for mutual fund dealers). The activities of the company’s regulated Canadian insurance subsidiaries, RBC Life Insurance Company (RBC Life), RBC General Insurance Company (RBC General), and RBC Insurance Company of Canada (RICC), are federally governed by the Insurance Companies Act and by provincial legislation in each province and territory in which they carry on business. RBC Life, RBC General, and RICC are also subject to regulation under the FCAC Act. Government Regulation and Supervision – United States Under the International Banking Act of 1978 and the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956, all of the company’s U.S. banking operations are subject to supervision and regulation by the Board of Governors of the Federal Re

 

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