There is a reason to be excited about the TPP
While voters tossed out Stephen Harper and the Conservative government last week, it doesn’t mean that the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal should be the baby that is thrown out with the bathwater
Fund provider shuts funds
One major Canadian player is winding up seven of its funds in an effort to create efficiencies by merging
CPPIB commits US$2bn to new investments
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) stepped up its investment in India on Tuesday, with the opening of a new office in the country's financial capital, Mumbai
IIROC comes down hard on dealer
It doesn’t happen very often but the SRO has given a big dealer more than a slap on the wrist for branch transgressions.
Quebec startups get $10m investment boost
Private equity firm XPND Capital, which is focused on growth investments in Quebec-based companies, said Monday it has received a $10 million participation in its XPNDCROISSANCE Fund from Investissement Quebec
Consumer suspicion hamper industry growth
New research is pointing to just how much work the industry has ahead of it in addressing a concern that continues to keep new clients from coming through the door
Are your clients happy enough?
Money can’t buy happiness, but it can help clients offload tasks that nibble away at it, says a noted psychologist challenging advisors to see their work in a different light
The key to creating shareable social media videos
Your social media video doesn’t have to include babies, celebrities or dancing to become immensely popular, according to Marcus Seeger. Read on to find out how to lift your social media presence to greater heights
Cummings report: Advisor reaction
The CSA’s report is an ‘I-told-you-so’ for fee based advisors, while embedded compensation advisors are on the defensive
Drugmaker’s fall makes case for diversification
The drug company’s cratering stock is an excellent example of why advisors avoid individual equity positions opting instead to put clients into mutual funds and ETFs where diversification cushions the blow.