Major takeover rocks Canadian market
An industry that has become known for constant takeovers and mergers is witness to yet another major announcement Wednesday by Canada’s leading cooperative financial group.
Ex-media mogul pleads with OSC to throw out case
The provincial regulator will determine the fate of the case in a two-day hearing in March.
Industry Commentary: Where are you, where are you going, how are you getting there?
There's no better time to overhaul your business plan than in a new year. But, if it's taking more than a few steps to do so, you're on the wrong track, according to one advisor.
Advisor-turned-politician sues his firm
An advisor with growing political aspirations says his high-profile firm demanded he choose between working under its corporate banner and assuming public office.
Advertising? Absolutely, says Bay Street top dog
A well-known portfolio manager shares his thoughts on the importance of building your brand as an advisor.
Top advisors transfer to Dundee
Upon approval by IIROC, a transfer of more than 60 investment advisors will take place in March, according to the firm.
No gold rush ahead, says top investment firm
Heads up for clients: A 2014 quarterly market outlook presents a gloomy but nuanced report for gold, with just the kind of information advisors are called upon to provide clients on the watch for precious metals.
Beware home ice advantage, urge advisors
The now-rock bottom value of the loonie has advisors cautioning clients against this quite-understandable phenomenon -- despite the fact that it may now be paying off.
Major player offers mea culpa
New York’s move to put the kibosh on the advanced surveying of Wall Street analysts is expected to end similar reporting here in Canada as asset managers voluntarily rein in on efforts to win information ahead of competitors.
Advisor to Mortgage Broker: A Mainstream Move?
Mounting regulation and tightening margins across the globe has seen a growing number of financial planners try their hand at brokering.