Advisor says there is often a knowledge and licence gap for professionals when dealing with investors who move between Canada and the US
WP was lucky enough to be in the same room as Dr. Woody Brock last week when the famed economist spoke to a small group of invited guests about the investor’s valiant search for yield; it’s not going to be an easy one.
Several advisors are now in hot water for acting on a tip from a securities lawyer -- a move that runs afoul of the OSC.
A Yale professor is outlining which advisors will be most hurt by falling oil prices.
One advisor in Alberta who sold his clients’ stakes in energy is patting himself on the back, following a report from the Conference Board of Canada which said there will be no quick rebound for oil.
In a sign of things to come, advisors are having to beef up their support staff numbers an effort to better manage customer relations, according to a new report. But who pays the tab?
New financial regulations are rarely introduced without some customary eye-rolling by industry associations. However, the reaction of Quebec’s leading association of independent advisors might be setting a new standard for industry backlash.
One advisor’s fraud case is a good news, bad news situation where her compulsion for risk has compromised her clients.
Advisors are being forced to re-examine a long-held belief about an investment type, with new data pointing to just how successful it is.
Monica Lewinsky may not be the most likely source of inspiration for business leaders but there are a few valuable things to be learned from the 41-year-old’s impressive TED talk.
An alleged Multimillion-dollar fraud crosses provincial borders hurting investors in Alberta, B.C. and elsewhere.