At RBC, gender parity remains a priority as we continually advance women into leadership roles. Our goal is to attract and retain talented women, and to support and enable their development and advancement in the workplace.
Network and connect with your peers in our Employee Resource Groups
RBC Women supports its members with a wide range of opportunities to network and further their own development and involvement with diverse communities.
Women’s Advisory Board (WAB) mission is to recruit, retain, and enhance the productivity and career success of women in the roles of client-facing advisors, branch managers and head office professionals.
Women in Technology
Women in Technology (WiTO) envisions a workplace and culture that enables diverse employees within RBC Technology and Operations to achieve personal and professional fulfillment; enabling T&O as an employer of choice for creative, engaged and motivated talent.
Women's Association of Financial Advisors
WAFA (Women's Association of Financial Advisors) supports its members with a wide range of information, events and programs. The group's mission is to recruit, retain, and enhance the productivity of women financial advisors and branch directors.
RBC partners with many organizations such as Catalyst in Canada and the U.S. to demonstrate our dedication to accelerating the progress for women through workplace inclusion.