Montreal fraudster freed from prison
Corrections Canada confirmed that the 'fake' advisor, who stole millions of dollars from his, mainly elderly, clients, was released from jail in Montreal Thursday under strict probationary conditions.
Debt seen through rose-coloured glasses
A report released by the Fraser Institute comparing government debt has some advisors contemplating how to better protect investors.
New name. Expanding mandate?
What’s in a name? In the case of the EMDA, a potentially outmoded and restrictive moniker. The association’s executive director explains in an exclusive interview with WP.
Flaherty's resignation no surprise to some advisors
Advisors are disappointed to see one of Canada's longest serving finance ministers go, and hope the man next in line will pick up the reigns without a hitch.
Is financial planning the new sexy?
Author Paul Armson explores the secret behind making the most out of your career as an advisor - for you and your clients.
Finance says goodbye to Flaherty
The man who led the country through one of the worst recessions has stepped down from his post as finance minister.
Carving out a niche market isn't a one-man show, says advisor
Servicing one particular type of client can be good for business, but make sure you know your market and have the right people to back you up, suggests one Ontario advisor.
In-depth with No. 1 from WP's Top 50 Advisors in Canada
WP gets down to the nitty gritty with number 1 on this prestigious list, as he shares his insights on today's market in a candid Q&A.
Estate planning to build your book
This inevitable discussion about your client's estate and will could actually generate you, the advisor, more business, says an industry veteran.
RBC named in LIBOR lawsuit
The FDIC accuses more than a dozen financial institutions of allegedly manipulating the LIBOR rates.