RBC Wealth Management’s Channel Islands-based business has this month been recognised for its excellence by two leading publications; for the second year in a row it features on Private Client Practitioner’s list of top 25 Most Admired Companies, and has also been identified as providing the best services in a number of categories by Euromoney. Private Client Practitioner’s Top 25 Most Admired Companies celebrates the British Isles’ biggest and most successful private client-centric advisory businesses.

A wide range of professional services industries competed for the award, including law firms, accountancy firms, trust companies and international financial advisory services. RBC Wealth Management was selected by a judging panel following an open call for submissions. Meanwhile, the annual Euromoney Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey acknowledged RBC Wealth Management’s business in Jersey as providing the best services in four different categories: trust services – for the fourth year running; inheritance and succession planning – for the second year running; as well as best structured products, and offshore services’ provider.

In the UK, RBC Wealth Management was also recognised as the top provider of trust services and for lending/financing solutions. The Euromoney Private Banking and Wealth Management Survey is regarded as one of the leading rankings for the global wealth management industry, and its results are based primarily on a peer ranking methodology.

Stuart Rutledge, CEO, RBC Wealth Management – British Isles and Caribbean, commented: "It is extremely encouraging to see the hard work and dedication of our local teams acknowledged in this way. In such a competitive field, it has become more important than ever to ensure that there is a core set of values underlying the way we achieve high standards of service for the client. We continue to make significant strides in meeting our ambitious growth targets, and being identified as leaders in the industry amongst our peers year after year is inspiring.”