The head of Canadian fixed income at BlackRock explains how investors can navigate the changing fixed income market
A ruling from Canada’s highest court suggests clients – and not their advisors – will have to carry the can for rash investment decisions, that’s with or without a fiduciary standard.
It’s arguably the award with the greatest impact on an advisor’s future book and here’s who’s in the running.
If an American advisor needs $1B in AUM to be considered “successful,” what must a Canadian professional have?
The investment was “economically impossible,” says the securities commission, but the fact investors flocked to take part speaks to what little advisors can do to stop them.
Stats show seg funds are gaining popularity with skittish clients on the insurance side, but mutual fund guys are shooting holes in that thinking.
A former hockey star turned advisor is offering key lessons in how to win and retain top athletes with a penchant for spending.
The rank and file continue to defend DSC funds as the only way average Canadians can get good holistic advice.
For regulators complaining about unpaid fines there’s a quick but perhaps painful solution.
The NDPs landslide victory in Alberta could have a positive effect on some real estate investments – not so much for others.
In the first of a series of articles, WP provides advisors with quick tips on how to answer client concerns stemming from full, and sometimes hard to swallow, fee disclosure.