Thank you for your interest in becoming a potential supplier with RBC. Each year, RBC buys well over $6 billion worth of goods and services from its approved suppliers. To find out more about RBC please visit our Corporate Profile web site.
To be considered as a potential supplier, you must register by completing our Supplier Information Form. Once you complete and submit the form, your information will be part of our Potential Supplier Database, where it will remain for two (2) years. The Supplier Information Form is your opportunity to tell us about your company, and it is our primary source of supplier information that we refer to when we assess the market for new sourcing opportunities.
Completing the registration ensures your company will be considered for bid but it does not guarantee that your company will receive an invitation to bid or a contract from us, nor does it imply that your company has any type of procurement relationship with us, either now or in the future. In the event RBC considers a sourcing event for products or services described in your supplier registration, your application may be considered and we may contact you.
Once you have completed and submitted our Supplier Information Form, you will receive an electronic acknowledgement confirming that we have received your information. For assistance in completing the Supplier Information Form, please refer to our Help page or if you have trouble submitting the form contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Electronic Procurement capability is very important for doing business with RBC. If you offer high-quality goods and services with top-notch customer service and have e-Procurement capability, you could be one of the many small, medium and large businesses supplying RBC.
RBC wants to efficiently and cost-effectively buy goods and services. The electronic processing of invoices, requisitions, contracts, and both financial and non-financial information, are the cornerstones of RBC's e-Procurement system.
Supplier Diversity promotes development and provides maximum opportunity for minority, women, and disabled-owned businesses to participate in the procurement activities of RBC. For details about Diversity at RBC please visit RBC - Corporate Responsibility.
RBC's supplier management policy includes requirements in the procurement process to review environmental and social issues that can impact our business, our supplier's business and communities. The review process ensures that we gather the appropriate environmental and social information regarding supplier's operations and the products and service they offer to make informed procurement decisions. For details please visit RBC – Responsible Procurement.
We are committed to respecting the confidentiality of all customer information. Member companies of RBC have developed a strict internal Privacy Code which governs the behaviour of both their employees and suppliers with regard to the accuracy, confidentiality and security of client information.
The personal information you provide us will only be used to assess your application for supplier status with RBC. It will not be shared with any other third party, including any other RBC departments, without your consent. If you are selected as a supplier for RBC, you will be expected to, at a minimum, conform to the same practices and policies RBC has with respect to security and use of personal information. For complete details on our commitment to privacy, please refer to Our Commitment to Client Privacy.