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RBC Global Asset Management Inc. Announces RBC ETF Monthly Cash Distributions for February 2015

TORONTO, February 11, 2015 – RBC Global Asset Management Inc. today announced February 2015 cash distributions for unitholders of RBC ETFs.

RBC ETF monthly cash distributions for February are as follows:

Fund Name Fund
Ticker
Cash
Distribution
per unit ($)
RBC 1-5 Year Laddered Corporate Bond ETF RBO $0.058
RBC Target 2015 Corporate Bond Index ETF RQC $0.055
RBC Target 2016 Corporate Bond Index ETF RQD $0.054
RBC Target 2017 Corporate Bond Index ETF RQE $0.057
RBC Target 2018 Corporate Bond Index ETF RQF $0.054
RBC Target 2019 Corporate Bond Index ETF RQG $0.062
RBC Target 2020 Corporate Bond Index ETF RQH $0.062
RBC Target 2021 Corporate Bond Index ETF RQI $0.053
RBC Quant Canadian Dividend Leaders ETF RCD $0.067
RBC Quant U.S. Dividend Leaders ETF RUD $0.052
RBC Quant U.S. Dividend Leaders ETF (USD)* RUD.U $0.042
RBC Quant U.S. Dividend Leaders (CAD Hedged) ETF RHU $0.044
RBC Quant European Dividend Leaders ETF RPD $0.059
RBC Quant European Dividend Leaders ETF (USD)* RPD.U $0.047
RBC Quant European Dividend Leaders (CAD Hedged) ETF RHP $0.057
RBC Quant EAFE Dividend Leaders ETF RID $0.062
RBC Quant EAFE Dividend Leaders ETF (USD)* RID.U $0.050
RBC Quant EAFE Dividend Leaders (CAD Hedged) ETF RHI $0.060
RBC Quant Emerging Markets Dividend Leaders ETF RXD $0.048
RBC Quant Emerging Markets Dividend Leaders ETF (USD)* RXD.U $0.038
* Cash distribution per unit ($) amounts are USD for RUD.U, RPD.U, RID.U and RXD.U

Unitholders of record on February 23, 2015 will receive distributions payable on February 27, 2015. The ex-dividend date is February 19, 2015.

For further information regarding RBC ETFs, please visit www.rbcgam.com/etfs.

About RBC Global Asset Management and RBC Wealth Management
RBC Global Asset Management (RBC GAM) is the asset management division of Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), and includes institutional money managers BlueBay Asset Management and Phillips, Hager & North Investment Management. RBC GAM is a provider of global investment management services and solutions to individual, high-net-worth and institutional investors through mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, hedge funds, pooled funds, separate accounts and specialty investment strategies. RBC GAM group of companies manage more than C$350 billion in assets and have approximately 1,200 employees located across Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia.

RBC GAM is part of RBC Wealth Management, which is one of the world's top five largest wealth managers*. RBC Wealth Management directly serves affluent, high-net-worth and ultra-high net worth clients globally with a full suite of banking, investment, trust and other wealth management solutions, from our key operational hubs in Canada, the United States, the British Isles, and Asia. The business also provides asset management products and services directly and through RBC and third party distributors to institutional and individual clients, through its RBC GAM business. RBC Wealth Management has more than C$717 billion of assets under administration, more than C$452 billion of assets under management and approximately 4,400 financial consultants, advisors, private bankers, and trust officers. For more information, please visit www.rbcwealthmanagement.com.

*Scorpio Partnership Global Private Banking KPI Benchmark 2014. In the United States, securities are offered through RBC Wealth Management, a division of RBC Capital Markets, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada. Member NYSE/FINRA/SIPC.

MEDIA ENQUIRIES

Matt Gierasimczuk
Corporate Communications
RBC Global Asset Management
U.S. Institutional and RBC ETFs
416-974-2124
matthew.gierasimczuk@rbc.com
Leah Commisso
Corporate Communications
RBC Global Asset Management
Canada and U.S.
416-955-6498
leah.commisso@rbc.com
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