Recent reforms look likely to boost growth and more Canadian investors are taking note
You’ve all been there. Too much to do and so little time. Shortcuts are something the MFDA have shown zero tolerance for.
Fee-based advisors may increasingly be in the cat bird’s seat, but a new threat is emerging that could blindside them.
New venture provides Canadian business owners with an alternative. Advisors with this kind of client might want to get to know them.
While the Tories’ plan does little for most Canadians according to SFU finance professor, high net worth clients could be in for a windfall.
The buck may soon stop -- not with the firm -- but with the advisors themselves, as Canada examines a U.S. proposal holding advisors to "fiduciary duty."
Advisors may still be debating it, but IFIC has already concluded that Ontario's proposed pension plan should be scrapped. Here's why.
Advisors beware: Buying into medical pot investment may be hazardous for your clients' health, according to a new report from CSA.
A Supreme Court of Canada decision to allow physician-assisted suicide will force advisors to step their game up as they work with clients for end-of-life planning, Shafik Hirani, a wealth advisor with Investors Group said in an interview with WP.
Two new surveys suggest Canadians want to pay down debt. However, one wealth expert suggests advisors should do the exact opposite. Who’s right?
A growing wealth management firm’s move into the product side of the business hit the headlines recently. WP looks at what sets it apart from its ETF peers.