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  • ETF growth set to accelerate - study

    Canada's ETFs market has expanded 6% in 2003 and growth is set to further accelerate, a new report suggests.

  • Advisors go head-to-head with clients

    Forget that hockey pool: Advisors -- surreptitiously, perhaps -- are expected to be among thousands signing up for a national competition to test the trading prowess of investors.

  • Will you pass this background check?

    The CSA is now pushing investors to do background checks on prospective advisors, at the same time arming those would-be clients with two new and powerful weapons.Will you pass this background check?

  • Advisors conquer Kilimanjaro for charity

    A group of Canadian advisors successfully scaled Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain and one of the Seven Summits, raising $50,000 for Tanzanian street children.

  • Jailed fraudster fined $500k

    The OSC has fined convicted a fraudster $550k and permanently banned him from trading and holding related positions.

  • Things five leaders can’t do without

    Heading on a business trip soon? Not sure what to pack? Take your lead from these five business leaders who know exactly what they need to include in their suitcase

  • IIROC releases Deutsche Bank settlement funds

    IIROC has released and distributed additional settlement funds to eligible investors who purchased third-party asset-backed commercial paper from Deutsche Bank Securities.

  • Canada's wealthy feel better off now than pre-crisis

    High-net worth Canadians believe they are more financially secure today than they were before the 2008 recession, but they don’t feel as secure as their U.S. counterparts.

  • OSC lays out $1.4m in penalties for incompetence

    Ignorance of the law is indeed no excuse, according to Ontario regulators handing down penalties of more than $1.4 million over a "shocking level of negligence and incompetence."

  • Are you being replaced by robots?

    Professionals in the financial services industry may be in danger of a robot take-over. What's so much better about computerisation and is your job at risk?