Pension Funds

As one of the leading providers of pension and benefit payment services, RBC Investor & Treasury Services provides timely, accurate and efficient processing to support the growth and stability of pension plans in Canada. With a longstanding focus on the industry, plan sponsors and pensioners benefit from our service excellence, technological capabilities and industry intelligence.


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Fund administrator(2)
Industry knowledge(1)

100+ <span style="font-size: 30px; letter-spacing: 0;">years</span> icon

100+ years

experience serving
Canadian asset managers

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on exceptional client service and operational risk

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the strongest credit ratings among our asset servicing peers(9)

#1 Custodian Overall Globally 2016
Custodian Canada 2011 - 2018
#1 Custodian 2011 - 2016 Overall Globally




› Global Custody



› Corporate Actions
› Income Reclamation



› Benefit Payment



Performance Measurement
Compliance Monitoring

Treasury & Market Services

› Foreign Exchange
› Securities Lending
› Cash Management

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RBC Investor & Treasury Services consistently ranks as a leading provider of superior pension custody services, including our Benefit payment services, which is available in Canada only.

Pensioner Resources

1. Global Investor ISF Global Custody Survey 2017 2. Global Investor ISF Fund Administration Survey 2017 3. Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s as at August 23, 2017 4. Custody Risk Americas Awards 2015 5. Canadian Depository for Securities as at June 2016 6. RBC I&TS proprietary data 7. RBC I&TS proprietary data compared to EFAMA Fund Processing Standardisation Annual Report 2015 8. ALFI Real Estate Report 9. Royal Bank of Canada credit ratings: Aa3 (Moody’s), AA- (S&P). Compared to top 10 custodians by Assets under administration 10. R&M Global Custody Survey 2016 11. Global Investor ISF Global Custody Survey 2016 12. Global Investor ISF Fund Administration Survey 2015 13. Global Investor ISF Beneficial Owners Survey 2015