Jean-Philippe Lemay explains why the firm added close to 80 years of industry experience with three key additions
Robo-advisors – arguably at the low end of the market – are in fact emulating the very high end of the business, says one leading player in that space.
“Low risk and low rates” have pension experts talking about an overhaul of current plans to make them more nimble and, indeed, more viable.
A growing number of professionals led BMW to its best-ever sales in March, but a WP poll suggests surprisingly few advisors were among the buyers.
An industry maverick – now retired – brings 55 years of expertise to judging the WP Awards.
An unusual case where an advisor allegedly altered important client documents begs the question “why?”
Saying “no” to a job promotion is something more and more advisors are likely to do because of increasingly onerous paperwork requirements.
The very idea of bringing Ontario regulators under one roof has set off a debate on what advisors stand to gain or lose.
The shoe is now on the other foot, with fee-based advisors taking heat for failing to disclose all the MERs associated with ETFs – costs that sometimes approach those of mutual funds.
A growing number of firms are rejecting the hunt-to-eat model for young advisors instead opting to provide them with guaranteed income.
The growing number of clients looking to lower their exposure to Canada’s flagging oil sector has some MFDA advisors looking to upgrade to IIROC.