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RBC redesigns structured notes website

TORONTO, February 18, 2009 — RBC Capital Markets today announced the launch of its newly redesigned structured notes website (www.rbcnotes.com), which will provide easy access to Structured Notes information.

The Structured Notes featured in the website will include all principal protected and non-principal protected notes designed by RBC Capital Markets.

The new website goes beyond improved navigation and expanded content. It aims at offering a comprehensive education centre that is dedicated to helping financial advisors and brokers better understand the characteristics and performance drivers of different Structured Notes.

In addition to the existing online publications and services, the website contains a number of relevant features and enhanced tools that enables financial advisors and brokers in order to:

  • View at a glance Notes details such as: yield spreads, coupon schedule, intrinsic value, historical performance and NAV.

  • Easily locate and search for Notes by: ADP, CUSIP, Underlying Asset, Maturity and Symbol Structure.

  • Register and sign up for our comprehensive education centre that will feature blue sheet information, up-to-date PPN presentations and access to industry publications and articles on Structured Notes.

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