Canadian financial category.

The Royal Bank of Canada has been rated as the largest financial company in Canada. With over fifteen million clients in every country across the globe, The Royal Bank of Canada is one of the most trusted names in the financial industry in the world. The Royal Bank of Canada, (also known as RBC Royal Bank) was founded in 1864 under the name Merchants Bank. Its main headquarters is currently located in Toronto, Ontario. It employs over eighty thousand employees worldwide and has one of the most diverse and stable financial portfolios worldwide. The Royal Bank of Canada continues to grow at an exponential rate and continues to be successful and profitable by developing innovative and conservative solutions that have crippled many of its competitors in these tough economic times.

RBC Royal Bank offers a wide variety of services including Business and corporate savings and checking accounts, private and commercial financing and lending, merchant credit card processing, Online Banking solutions, Overseas Investment portfolio management and foreign currency exchange. RBC Royal Bank prides itself on being a fully inclusive solution to all of its client’s financial needs. With the advancement of the Internet RBC Royal Bank has adapted and provided its customers with low cost, online solutions for online account management, proving its flexibility to adjust to the ever changing demands of high-tech business.

Some of The Royal Bank of Canada’s biggest competitors are the Bank of Montreal, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and Banco Santiago, although RBC Royal Bank has remained firm in its commitment to be the number one trusted solution for residential and commercial customers in Canada and across the world. Whether they are serving the needs of a single proprietor start up business or negotiating multi-billion dollar currency trade deals with the biggest industries in the world, The Royal Bank of Canada is committed to providing efficient, low cost financial solutions to help make businesses grow and prosper.
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The Bank of Nova Scotia, more commonly referred to as ScotiaBank ranks number three in the list of largest banks in Canada based on market saturation and investment. To date it services more than 18 million people all over the world. It provides integral financial products that include private and commercial savings and checking, investment and asset management, internet banking as well as several corporate and group insurance portfolios.

The Bank of Nova Scotia is one of the oldest surviving banks in Canada. It was founded in 1831 in Nova Scotia by William Lawson who served as the banks first president. By the year 1900 the bank had moved its centralized headquarters to Toronto, Ontario. With several key acquisitions in the Canadian financial field they have been able to continually grow at a respectable rate of success.

The Bank of Nova Scotia is commonly referred to as an "International bank" due to its heavy investments and acquisitions of financial companies in Latin America and the Caribbean islands but it also has several investments and subsidiary companies in India and Europe.

The Bank of Nova Scotia is highly respected in Canada and ranks in the top 100 of Forbes top 2000 businesses. It has over 70,000 employees all over the world and has investments in over 50 countries. The Bank of Nova Scotia has propelled itself through the nearly 200 years of ups and downs in the Canadian financial markets by three key business ideals.

They have a strong and committed team with shred values that work in tandem to give their customers expert service and financial advice.

They have established a strong foundation of priorities which includes a solid base of capital as well as some of the best financial minds in the industry.

They have focused strongly on diversity within their products and a willingness to adapt to new financial strategies and technology.
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The Toronto-Dominion Bank is the largest bank in Canada based on market saturation and customer base. Aside from being a Canadian icon of the financial field, it is also the 6th largest bank in all of North America, rivaling many of the large conglomerates in the Untied States. Toronto-Dominion Bank has gained the trust of the Canadian people because of their remarkable growth, reliance and its deep rooted history with the Canadian people.
This history of the Toronto-Dominion Bank is quite interesting. The Toronto-Dominion Bank is actually a merger between the two oldest standing banks in Canada. The bank of Toronto and the Dominion Bank of Canada were competing midsized banks both originating in the mid 1800's. In their first few decades of operations, both banks primarily held business with farmers and Canadian landowners only. Within a few short years both banks realized that in order to compete with the larger financial institutions in Canada that they would have to nearly double their size. It was only a matter of time before the banks merged under the new name TD.
Early government regulations were very stiff on banks and prevented most Canadian banks from offering many of the banking products that are currently offered today. Before the mid 1950's the Canadian government banned banks from charging anything over a 6% interest rate for any loans that they offered. This meant that the financial products they offered could only be safely given to businesses with a long history of established credit.
After the Canadian government rescinded many of their strict government regulations TD was able to greatly expand their financial products. Mortgages, foreign investments and short term personal and commercial loans exploded and not only made Toronto-Dominion Bank highly successful, but allowed many of Canada's most famous and integral businesses to flourish.
Today the Toronto-Dominion Bank offers a wide variety of products under several different names under the TD umbrella. Online stock and trade brokerage, Asset management, private and commercial banking and merchant and insurance products are just a few of the several ways TD has adjusted to the times and provided financial solutions and opportunities for their ever-growing client base.
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