Features & Benefits

Our Loan Syndications group supports the debt financing of businesses by arranging multi-bank credit facilities that fund working capital, capital expenditures, acquisitions, recapitalizations, as well as real estate investment and development needs.1

Market Intelligence

Our seasoned professionals offer analysis and opinions based on third-party market data and an extensive network of banking and institutional investor relationships


Origination, Structuring & Distribution

We have an extensive network of banking and institutional investor relationships across the nation and have successfully syndicated billions in commitments both on a fully underwritten and a best efforts basis.

RBC Liaison

In collaboration with RBC2, clients receive access to a wider depth and breadth of products to satisfy unique industry needs.


Agency Services

Full syndication lifecycle management and monitoring, including all post-close required reporting and diligence items.


Our Recent Transactions

Global Alternative Investment Manager




Senior Credit Facility



Administrative Agent & Sole Lead Arranger

Private Equity Real Estate Firm




Senior Credit Facility



Agent & Lead Arranger

Restaurant Franchisee




Senior Credit Facilities



Administrative Agent & Joint Lead Arranger

Multi-Family Construction Project




Construction Loan



Administrative Agent & Lead Arranger

City National Bank, its affiliates and subsidiaries, as matter of policy, does not give tax, accounting, regulatory or legal advice. Rules in the areas of law, tax, and accounting are subject to change and open to varying interpretation. You should consult with our other advisors on the tax, accounting and legal implications of actions you may take based on any strategies presented taking into account your own particular circumstances.

1. All loans, lines of credit and other credit products are subject to credit approval. Additional terms and conditions apply.

2. City National Bank is an affiliate of RBC Capital Markets, LLC, Member NYSE/FINRA/SIPC, and an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Canada.