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Royal Bank of Canada in $5.4 Billion U.S. Acquisition

by / Thursday, 22 January 2015 / News Category DEAL BOOK

City National Corporation, a private and commercial bank known as “Hollywood’s banker” is being sold in a cash and stock deal.

Source:: Royal Bank of Canada in $5.4 Billion U.S. Acquisition

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