Updated Monday, January 26, 2015 as of 5:27 AM ET
RBC Chases Rich & Famous in U.S. Banking Do-Over
Royal Bank of Canada sold its U.S. retail bank a few years ago to PNC. The company is back with a targeted play: City National, a Los Angeles bank that has built its business targeting the rich and working with Hollywood.
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