At RBC, we’re taking added precautions to keep our clients and employees safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. As the situation continues to evolve, we want to assure you that RBC and RBC InvestEase are here to support you. We also expect you may have questions about your investments and portfolio, whether that’s specific to today’s market conditions, ongoing questions or general advice. And we’re here to help. We encourage you to reach out to our RBC InvestEase Portfolio Advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond as quickly as we can. We are committed to supporting you during this challenging time, and helping you meet your financial goals remains very important to us. Thank you for your continued trust in RBC and RBC InvestEase.
Rajan Bansi, Head of RBC InvestEase
We’ve simplified online investing so you can reach your financial goals sooner. With the expertise of our dedicated Portfolio Advisors, you can invest your money in a TFSA, RRSP and a non-registered account – leaving all the investing work to us.
Hands-off, automatic investing
No investing experience required
Low management fees
How? We’ll ask you some questions (not too many, we promise) and recommend the right portfolio to meet your goal.See how it works with RBC investEase
Your money is invested in a mix of low-cost exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that are designed to suit your profileLegal Disclaimer 1.Tell me more about accounts and investments
Our advisors work behind the scenes to help you stay on track, but you can call us with questions or make any changes.Read moreabout how investing is even easier
RBC InvestEase is backed by RBC — an organization that Canadians have trusted for over 150 years.
If an unauthorized transaction happens in your account through RBC InvestEase, we’ll reimburse you 100%.
You can access and view your account balance(s) from RBC Online Banking.
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