Despite their continued expansion, robo-advice platforms remain a new and complicated concept for many of Canada’s financial advisors
New numbers are quantifying the kind of chop to mutual fund sales advisors may experience post-CRM2 implementation.
A San Diego company is taking automated advice to the next level and it could be good for independent advisors.
For the first time since the 2008 recession the Federal Reserve today has signaled that it’s willing to bring an end to near-zero percent interest rates.
Fund company moves quickly placing its National Sales Manager in the President's suite.
An advisor who’s seen the carnage of UK regulatory reform up close is expecting to see as big as a 25 per cent cull of advisors if the OSC moves to drop embedded commissions.
Former Green Bay Packer tackle gets swept up in another case of advisor gone rogue.
An unintended consequence of CRM2 could see advisors move their wealth management clients from mutual funds into segregated funds eliminating the need for MFDA, IIROC and OSC accountability.
All the heat’s on embedded commission guys, but one flat-fee advisor is pointing to the kind of damage an unscrupulous fee-based player can cause investors.
Embedded-commission advisors could lose as much as a third of their book if trailers are banned by the OSC, wagers one industry vet, herself preparing for that kind of attrition.
A key element of Australia’s disclosure model could – no, would -- harm Canadian advisors if adopted here.