Put Your Surplus Funds to Work for You

Royal Business Premium Investment Account®

Earn competitive interest rates on your available funds and have immediate access to your money when you need it.

Monthly Fee:
$0

Minimum Balance:
$100,000 for interest calculations

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Call our 24/7 Business Helpline

1-800-769-2520

This Account May Be Right for Your Business If:

  • You operate a commercial-sized business and have surplus funds of $100,000 or more to invest

  • You are seeking the benefits of investing for 30 days or longer, but still want quick, easy access to funds

  • You want to earn interest1 in keeping with current market rates

Account Details

Tiered Interest Rates Start at $100,000

As your balance in the Premium Investment Account grows, so does the interest rate you receive on those funds.

Access Your Funds at Any Time

No need to call for daily quotes or track maturities – you have access to your funds in this saving account through Online Banking for business, the RBC Mobile app, ATMs and the branch.

Free Unlimited Deposits

Deposits and transfers can be made at any time at no cost when completed through RBC Online Banking for business or RBC Mobile app.

Additional Details

  • 24/7 Access to Your Account: Manage your money anytime, anywhere through RBC Online Banking for business.

  • 2 Free Withdrawals Per Month: With anytime access to your money. Additional withdrawals are $5 each.

  • Access Funds at Any Time: Withdraw the cash you need, when you need it.

Fee Details

2 free debits per month ($5 thereafter) and unlimited electronic deposits

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Ready to Apply?

Locate a Branch Near You
Find a Branch
Call our 24/7 Business Helpline
1-800-769-2520

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