Finance minister says less than 1% of BC homeowners impacted
Financial advisors are taking heed – both on and off the job – with a lawsuit alleging a Bay Street player made a mockery of himself and his career during a “drunken escapade” in Arkansas.
The cancelled $500m deal for a Canadian fibre-optics company has advisors concerned about Canadian equities considering the scathing remarks of the international buyer.
Toronto advisors have described a UK regulator's new policy on consumer protection as "chilling," saying it could tread on the rights of industry professionals in its quest for transparency.
New and disturbing details emerged Wednesday in the trial of an advisor accused of defrauding and murdering his client.
This latest move by the industry's federal regulator could hurt and not help independent firms now fighting to compete with the big banks.
Banks have pulled back on their willingness to facilitate mortgage investment as part of self-directed RRSPs -- a move with the potential to limit client access to this increasingly important vehicle.
A Mississauga exempt market dealer is the latest industry player to hold up its hand to having misled investors, choosing to settle with the OSC for millions in disgorgement as well as a hefty trading ban.
It was once the gem of Canadian advisors and their clients and now one regulator is focused on finding out what exactly can be done to restore the lustre of that key investment segment.
Canada's ETFs market has expanded 6% in 2003 and growth is set to further accelerate, a new report suggests.
Forget that hockey pool: Advisors -- surreptitiously, perhaps -- are expected to be among thousands signing up for a national competition to test the trading prowess of investors.