The debate is heating up as investor expectations rise and asset managers continue to try and reduce fees
A pair of veteran advisors -- finalists for the Wealth Professional Awards -- have chalked up win after win with a method others are only now adopting.
New research suggests traditional advisors have nothing to fear from robo-advisors – despite the millions of dollars now pouring into Canadian operations.
A “Chairman’s Club” financial advisor may have exposed her firm to hundreds of millions of dollars in damages stemming from a long-term affair with a client.
The Wealth Professional Awards brought to you by Invesco will not only raise the profile of leading advisors from across Canada but also funds for Nepal Earthquake survivors.
Inherently, advisors see it as a threat. But evidence suggests otherwise.
Independent wealth management firm uses robots to let real advisors focus on growing high net worth clients.
All the discussion about fees has one finalist for the WP Awards reiterating the importance of inserting ‘value’ into the discussion.
Gordon Eckstein, one of the key players in the Livent Entertainment financial fraud scandal, was given a lifetime ban from the Ontario Securities Commission.
The current fight to ban upfront fees is compromising the industry’s future success and likely strengthening the hand of robo-advisors and banks, caution industry veterans.
New survey suggests that a large number of Wall Streeters wouldn’t have a problem trading on illegal information if the price were right.