Advisors are being forced to adapt in what feels like a pivotal time for the industry
Our final poll of 2014 asked readers in which direction they saw the S&P/TSX Composite Index headed in the coming year. You won’t believe the results.
Sinking oil prices are set to shrink the cost of living for most Canadians in 2015, but what should advisors be doing to win control of that freed-up cash?
All the industry's big players are on a quest to expand their books in 2015, but the acquisition strategy of one in particular could pay the biggest dividends for its network of advisors.
New study indicates that CEOs in Canada made out like bandits over the past five years. How did you fare?
Another year is in the books; ETFs continued to gain their fair share of media coverage in the past year. Which of these five can repeat in 2015?
Pension consultant sees active management hanging on by a thread. What can advisors do in 2015 to reverse the trend?
National Bank analyst Peter Routledge sees big things ahead for one Canadian insurer that’s riding wealth management to the proverbial promised-land.
Financial planner Michael Kitces tweeted about fellow planner James Watkins’ blog post in which Watkins discusses fees and the fiduciary standard.
Another major financial institution’s brought out survey results suggesting Canadians are concerned about debt. Actions speak louder than words.
As we close out 2014, all of us on the Wealth Professional team want to thank our readers for making this past year so rewarding.