Royal Bank of Canada will probably miss its 2015 target of C$2 billion ($2 billion) in annual earnings from asset management because of low interest rates, executive George Lewis said.
Canada’s biggest bank by assets had forecast profit at the unit to more than double, with gains from internal growth, acquisitions and “normalized” interest rates, according to Lewis, RBC’s group head of wealth management.
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