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RBC is largest in Canada, 6th in North America and 16th globally

Rank

Company

Market Cap

Assets

1

JP Morgan

160

1,776

2

Bank of America

133

1,717

3

Wells Fargo

111

609

4

Citigroup

101

2,101

5

US Bancorp

55

247

6

RBC

54

645

7

TD

41

494

8

Bank of NY Mellon

40

201

9

Scotiabank

38

447

10

State Street

24

146

Up from 23rd globally a year ago

RBC | INVESTOR PRESENTATION

10 Largest North American Banks

(US$ billions as at October 14, 2008)

(1)

Rank

Company

1

ICBC

2

HSBC

3

JP Morgan

4

Bank of America

5

China Construction Bank

6

Bank of China

7

Wells Fargo

8

Citigroup

9

Banco Santander

10

Mitsubishi UFJ Financial

11

BNP Paribas

12

Intesa Sanpaolo

13

Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria

14

UBS

15

US Bancorp

16

RBC

17

Credit Suisse

18

Sumitomo Mitsui

19

Unicredito Italiano

20

Societe Generale

21

Commonwealth bank of Aust.

22

Mizuho Financial

23

TD

24

Bank of NY Mellon

25

Banco Bradesco

(1) Source: Bloomberg, OSFI. Assets as at June 30, 2008

(1) 25 Largest Banks Globally

(US$ billions as at October 14, 2008)

Market Cap 200 181 160 133 132 112 111 101 90 87 76 59 56 55 55 54 50 50 49 43 42 42 41 40 39

RBC is a Canadian leader with global strength

  • Largest bank in Canada with strong financial profile

    • $3.4 billion of earnings and 18.7% return on equity year-to-date in 2008

    • Capital ratios and senior debt ratings among highest globally

    • High quality balance sheet and solid liquidity position

  • Clear leader in Canada with market share momentum

    • Core strength in Canada (approximately 70% of revenue)

    • #1 or #2 across all major financial products & services, and growing market share

  • Scale and financial strength providing competitive advantage globally

    • More clients are choosing RBC over our competitors

  • Well-balanced and diversified business mix

    • Retail banking, wealth management, insurance (70% to 80% of earnings)

    • Capital markets (20% to 30% of earnings)

  • Continuing to invest in our businesses for long-term growth

RBC | INVESTOR PRESENTATION

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