Industrial Alliance Securities Inc. snaps up Burgeonvest Bick Corporation, what does that mean for advisors?
The acquisition of a well-known securities brokerage firm adds just under $1 billion in assets under management
A hearing has been scheduled for October 29 by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) to consider a settlement agreement proposed by Industrial Alliance Securities (IAS) over alleged client transactions executed outside the bounds of “good business practice.”
It’s a move that will see one of Canada’s major financial services firms gain market share as well as an indicator of future M&A activity.
Here’s a seg fund idea that DSC supporters may want to get behind.
The mighty Quebec pension fund continues to generate steady growth, continues to invest in the home province.
Fee-only and transactional advisors go head-to-head over whether the ETF is poised to take over from the tried-and-true mutual fund.
Advisors are sounding off with support for new small business tax incentives, a way of invigorating an increasingly important client base now struggling to generate capital.
Competition is great, but advisors are skeptical whether the stock exchange proposed by RBC would really help business by limiting high frequency trading.