Jean-Philippe Lemay explains why the firm added close to 80 years of industry experience with three key additions
They're research findings that may challenge everything advisors think they know about Canada and their clients.
Five years after the collapse of the biggest Ponzi scheme in history, client distrust and speculation persist, says one Canadian advisor.
Fingers crossed: A U.S. firm's purchase of the iconic Canadian brand could finally put shares in your clients' hands.
Canada's mutual fund managers are increasingly ceding to pressure from advisors and clients alike, with one major player introducing a simplified fee structure Tuesday.
This Investors Group financial planner and Whitby, Ont., native shares the best advice he's ever been given and why the first two years in business are so often make or break for an advisor.
IIROC is signalling a get-tough approach for 2014, building on an already harder line this year.
Pair is charged with unregistered trading after allegedly selling syndicated mortgages to investors.
The investment company's Target Date Funds will officially terminate on December 31.
An Australian bank intends to train its tellers to provide financial advice as it prepares to cut jobs across several of its branches.
Though studies reveal women are wealthier than ever and more apt to seek financial advice, the demographic remains largely untapped by industry professionals.