Jean-Philippe Lemay explains why the firm added close to 80 years of industry experience with three key additions
Doom and gloom predictions from the big banks in the U.S. see developing country economies - recently on the upswing - lagging behind as the U.S. Federal Reserve cuts back and interest rates rise.
Father-son team, involved in several brokerage firm acquisitions, have worked for Richardson GMP and Marquarie Private Wealth.
New leader comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience in institutional fixed income markets and strategic planning.
Worthless securities were sold to more than 30 foreign investors raking in $445,000 under the guise of a liquid fish fertilizer company and hydrocarbon recovery business with no employees.
Insufficient evidence leads to halt in probe against banks accused of manipulating Yen LIBOR rates used to price financial products.
Quebecers are the least likely to invest, while Albertans are stepping up to the plate.
CEO salaries at Canada's biggest banks rank the highest in the country according to new research, and some advisors believe these big wigs deserve every penny they get.
New research suggests many Canadians refuse to take their debt concerns to their advisors -- a phenomenon with particularly ominous overtones for some industry players.
Annual letter outlines 'a road map of issues' to be addressed this year by independent regulatory body.
Toronto consulting firm says 40 per cent of pension plans were fully-funded by the end of 2013.