Awards will be handed out in 20 categories at the fifth annual Wealth Professional Awards in May next year
CSA might have been the first to blink in fund company showdown.
The IIROC guys won’t be amused, with some ETF providers now rushing to reduce the already low cost associated with those investments.
Analysts suggest it will now fall to the OSC to decide whether responsibility for the financial education of future investors will be handed over to a not-for-profit or one of the Big Five.
New report from leading management consultant paints a very unhealthy picture of Canadian household finances. A good financial plan can help. Are you doing enough?
Industry source suggests a statement from the CSA regarding trailer fees is coming soon.
At least those are the findings of a new survey. While affluent Americans seemingly see no end to the six-year bull-run, Canadians are wondering if things will only get worse.
Money laundering rears its ugly head once more. Should advisors be concerned about their clients’ Latin American holdings?
Confidential information allegedly used by one investment firm to outmaneuver another sends a clear message that advisors need to do more when it comes to privacy.
If you see ETFs as a passing fad, think again, with no less than 1,900 advisors demonstrating exactly how and why those funds are primed for exponential growth.
Regardless of the CRM2 extension, the onus is undeniably on embedded-commission advisors to prove their worth, caution their fee-based counterparts.