Canadians are saving more: Report
You clients will continue to save more in 2014, as they borrow at a slower rate and interest rates rise, according to predictions in a new household savings report.
$23m fraud hits 1,300 investors
The RCMP has charged two Alberta men in a massive investor fraud touching clients from B.C. to Ontario.
Unflagging low inflation rates concerning, say economists
Economists send out warning just as the Bank of Canada delivers news on interest rates, inflation forecasts and its predictions for Canada's economic growth.
Mutual fund top dog resigns
The second largest mutual fund company in the world restructures its leadership, after the CEO announces he will be stepping down.
A falling loonie hasn’t lifted all Canadian ETFs
The real-life performance of some export-heavy companies may be defying the theoretical expectations of a falling loonie.
Advice beats the latest tech gadget: BMO survey
Canadians may be tech savvy, but they are still seeking good, old-fashioned advice when making decisions about their financial future.
Who is going to run the banks? The OSFI will decide.
New proposed corporate governance guidelines would make board member and executive appointments more difficult for federally-regulated financial institutions.
State Farm acquisition a ‘power play,' says insurance industry veteran
Desjardins is now undeniably one of the channel's big boys, says a respected industry veteran and former CEO of Dominion of Canada General Insurance, pointing to the player's game-changing acquisition this month.
Shorter CFP exam no less challenging, say Ontario advisors
Several changes to the CFP exam taken by financial planners in the United States will take effect in November.
Canadians butt heads over retirement outlook: Study
Our nation's wealthiest seem to be worry-free about retirement, while average Canadians aren't as confident about the future, a study reveals.