RBC names head of international wealth management

Replacing Stuart Rutledge in role

Daniel Flynn
RBC names head of international wealth management

RBC Wealth Management has appointed Ashif Ratanshi, formerly senior vice president, personal deposits & investments and personal & commercial banking at the parent company, Royal Bank of Canada, to head of wealth management, international.

Effective from 1 May, Ratanshi will replace Stuart Rutledge, who will be taking on a new leadership role with RBC in Canada. In his new role, Ratanshi will lead RBC's wealth management businesses in the UK, Channel Islands and Asia, and will report to group head of wealth management and insurance Doug Guzman. Allfunds poaches ex-RBC director to lead new wealth manager support service In his previous position, Ratanshi was responsible for developing and implementing the overall strategic direction for all aspects of RBC's branch investments, deposits, and direct investing businesses...

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