The Personal & Commercial Banking stream provides you with the opportunity to develop a solid and in-depth understanding of how RBC’s largest business segment operates and interacts within RBC. You’ll have the opportunity to build strategies, develop products, lead cross-functional teams, as well as implement and execute to support the various lines of business.
About the rotations
You will have the opportunities to build strategies, develop products, lead cross-functional teams, as well as implementation and execution to support the various lines of business.
Assignments can be completed in the following areas:
Personal Financing Products
Cards, Payments & Banking
Business Financial Services
Personal Savings & Investments
Performance & Marketing
To experience the broad suite of products and financial services that we provide to business clients, one assignment must be completed in Commercial Banking.
What's in it for you
One-to-one mentoring by executives for the duration of the program.
Develop your leadership skills and learn about RBCs various businesses.
Build a career that aligns with your skills, leadership qualities, and development goals.
Potential to participate in an international rotation depending on performance and business needs.
Skills we are looking for
Recent graduates with MBA or other Master's degree.
3+ years working experience
Diverse experience with 3+ years of continuous work experience in any industry (such as: consulting, entrepreneurship, technology, engineering).
Exceptional communication skills
Superior communication skills, strong financial, analytical and problem-solving skills and a passion for financial services.
Ability to adapt quickly, deal with ambiguity, take initiative, and determine how best to add value within each assignment.
Proven leadership experience and a genuine desire to manage and lead others to achieve outstanding results.
Applications for 2021
Are you interested in developing your leadership skills in a unique and accelerated leadership development program with the largest bank in Canada?