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Royal Bank of Canada honors the Citywealth Top 100 Americas.

Distinguished list of top Wealth Managers includes Pamela Woodburn and Karen Troy of Royal Bank of Canada Global Private Banking

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Bank of Canada Global Private Banking is pleased to honor the Citywealth Magazine Top 100 Americas as a cocktail sponsor of the awards presentation at the Hotel Bel Air this evening. The bank also is proud to announce that among this year's honorees are two of its own advisors, Managing Director of Royal Bank of Canada Global Private Banking, San Francisco, Pamela Woodburn and Director of Global Solutions USA, New York, Karen Troy.

Compiled from more than 2,000 U.K. and international wealth advisors, The Citywealth Top 100 Americas is a selection of those who were most frequently mentioned by wealth professionals. Many of the nominating professionals have been in the industry for more than 30 years.

"Royal Bank of Canada is proud to have Pamela Woodburn and Karen Troy recognized for the exceptional client service and international expertise they provide," said Mr. Michael Moodie, head of USA and Caribbean Region for Royal Bank of Canada Global Private Banking. "Pam and Karen excel at bringing the global resources of Royal Bank of Canada's wealth management offering to our US and Non-Resident high net worth clients."

Royal Bank of Canada has been successfully growing its U.S. operations in the past few years. Through the strategic introduction of local offices throughout the region, the bank has achieved unprecedented growth for the industry.

Karen M. Troy is director, Global Solutions USA with Royal Bank of Canada Global Private Banking. Based in New York City, she oversees the development and implementation of customized international wealth management solutions for high net worth clients. Karen joined the financial services industry in 1986 as an analyst and went on to establish a financial consulting firm after earning her Chartered Financial Analyst Designation. Karen joined Royal Bank of Canada in 1994 and was transferred to New York City in 2002 to take up her present post focusing on international solutions and multi-jurisdictional planning.

Pamela Woodburn is managing director for the Pacific Region of Royal Bank of Canada Global Private Banking. In addition to providing customized international wealth management solutions for High Net Worth clients, she is also responsible for the management of the San Francisco representative office, business development and expansion in the California territory and manages business development teams based in Vancouver, Calgary and Houston. Woodburn joined the financial services industry in 1988 and worked in brokerage, insurance, financial counseling and domestic trust and estate planning in Canada. She has been with Royal Bank of Canada for fourteen years.

About Royal Bank of Canada Global Private Banking

Global Private Banking is Royal Bank of Canada's international wealth management operation, including private banking, trust solutions, discretionary investment management, global custody and international full-service brokerage. Global Private Banking locations are selected for the flexibility and security they provide our clients and for the integrity of their financial and regulatory systems. With a network of 30 offices in 21 financial centers around the world, Global Private Banking provides international financial services for private and corporate clients resident in more than 150 countries. For more information, please visit

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