RBC Donates $30,000 to CPAC and Holds Free Seminar on May 24th

May 12 TORONTO – CPAC is pleased to announce that it has received the generous support of $30,000 from RBC Royal Bank. The check presentation, performed by Mr. Chris Ronald, Regional Vice-President of RBC, to Ms. Margaret Yang, President of CPAC, took place on May 10, 2014 at the opening ceremony of RBC’s Kennedy and Sheppard Branch.

Mr. Ronald said he was proud of representing RBC in support of CPAC, an organization that provides various kinds of support and services to the immigrant community and promotes excellence in the pursuit of education. In her heartfelt remarks, Ms. Yang thanked RBC for its strong support for CPAC’s work and the continuing partnership between CPAC and RBC that has benefited both organizations and the community for the past many years.

As part of this partnership, RBC and CPAC will present a free seminar on May 24 for the community.  RBC Royal Bank financial planners, account managers and mortgage specialists will be on-site to discuss topics such as Everyday Banking Advice, What Every Newcomer to Canada Should Know About Credit, and answer any other finance and investment questions.

For more details of the seminar, please call CPAC office at 416-298-7855 ext. 101 or register online at rbc-newcomer-seminar.eventbrite.ca .

The Chinese Professionals Association of Canada (CPAC) is a federally registered, not-for-profit organization with the objective of serving and representing the interests of immigrant professionals. The Association has a membership of 29,000 across Canada and is the largest of its kind in Canada. Since its inception in 1992, it has expanded to serve diverse internationally trained professionals and plays an increasingly important role in our multicultural Canadian society, particularly in the Greater Toronto Area.




From the left: Ms. Margaret Yang, President of CPAC; Mr. Chris Ronald, Regional Vice-President, North York, RBC Royal Bank; Mr. Daniel Wu, Branch Manager, RBC Royal Bank Kennedy and Sheppard Branch.