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No-contest settlement with RBC firms will see clients repaid $21.8 million

The bank exceeded expectations on the strength of its retail bank and wealth management platforms as it shifts to digital services

Ontario’s new public sector pension manager comes into effect

Canadian equities and a stronger loonie put downward pressure on financial returns in the quarter

RBC’s mobile users can now call on Siri to pay bills

The bank is also introducing the ability for clients to make Interac e-Transfer payments within Apple’s iMessage platform

  • By: Leah Golob
  • August 1, 2017 January 22, 2018
  • 11:10
RBC’s mobile users can now call on Siri to pay bills

Two new studies from J.D. Power reveal that usage and satisfaction with mobile banking is growing significantly among consumers

No-contest settlement with RBC firms will see clients repaid $21.8 million

The OSC has now reached no-contest settlements with all of the big banks and several other firms, generating about $342 million in compensation

No-contest settlement with RBC firms will see clients repaid $21.8 million

The three companies in question self-reported inadequacies in their systems that resulted in some clients paying excess fees

No-contest settlement with RBC firms will see clients repaid $21.8 million

The job cuts were made in bank’s head office locations in the Toronto area as RBC looks to invest in digital, high-growth sectors

Banks are building digital connections with clients

SumOfUs is calling on the bank’s shareholders to support a bid for greater transparency surrounding the bank’s lobbying efforts