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New member Royal Bank of Canada

Royal Bank of Canada joins SSPA

Royal Bank of Canada has joined the ranks of the Swiss Structured Products Association’s active members. The move further strengthens the power of structured products as an important investment instrument as well as the Swiss financial center as a whole.

Zurich, December 21, 2012. Royal Bank of Canada, one of the top 15 largest banks in the world and the fifth largest in North America, as measured by market capitalization, has joined SSPA, the Swiss Structured Products Association. With a strong capital base and consistent financial performance, Royal Bank of Canada is amongst a small group of highly rated global banks.

Commenting on the move to join the SSPA, Stefan Hascoet, Head of Structured Solutions Switzerland, says: “Switzerland is the most significant market for structured products in Europe. Joining the SSPA, underpins our strong commitment to further strengthen the position of Royal Bank of Canada as a valued provider of structured products in this market.”

SSPA counts among its members Switzerland’s most important issuers and distributors Today the SSPA represents the interests of the most important market players, which together account for more than 95 percent of Switzerland‘s structured products market. SSPA President Daniel Sandmeier: “With the admission of Royal Bank of Canada, SSPA continues its strategy to position itself as the primary point of contact in the field of structured products in Switzerland. We welcome Royal Bank of Canada’s commitment with open arms as this move underscores the Swiss financial center’s strengths and attractiveness.”

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