In June, Canadian ETFs attracted more than $3 billion in new money for the second straight month, but what exactly is driving the growth?
A recent stat from one of the big banks suggests advisors have a real opportunity to better prepare clients for the transfer of real estate wealth
Even some of the greatest brands are becoming obsolete, but it is possible to avoid their fate. Here are 10 keys to winning the battle for relevance in the years ahead
As if the competition amongst robo-advisors wasn’t stiff enough now the big banks and their big budgets are getting into the act
If regulators get their way everyone but the bank-owned firms could be fighting for a shrinking piece of the financial advisory pie
Like most professions there are certain parts of the job that wear thin after a while and financial advisors are no different
Mutual fund investors continue to pay excessive fees, but the taxman is demanding a startlingly higher cut from another group of investors
Experts are pointing to the double-digit value gains of the Toronto Blue Jays operation as tangible proof a much maligned investment is actually good for clients
How do ordinary Canadians view financial planners? For more than half of the public, there is a lot of misplaced faith in a set of national standards that doesn’t exist
The team’s performance on the field is delivering performance off of it clients holding shares in the corporate titan at the helm of the Jays.
For advisors who haven’t learned that total transparency and disclosure is vital, the latest challenge for ‘the turnaround queen’ is sure to correct that