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The Big Six are aggressively expanding in the wealth segment, and they are likely to push their advantage in scooping up young advisors. That may mean independents and mid-tier firms will have to come up with new ways to recruit.
There is a huge gulf between how advisors are paid and how investors think they are paid; indicating that advisors are not putting in enough effort in educating their clients about compensation.
With summer coming to a close and the days getting shorter, your clients may start to develop a lower appetite for risk. A new study shows that sunlight makes people far more likely to take risks with their money.
The Big Six chartered banks all posted double-digit growth in their wealth management operations and you can expect them to continue to expand aggressively.
Canada’s securities regulators have approved e-disclosure rules. Instead of issuing excessively lengthy e-mail or multiple pages of pdf documents (which clients may never read), firms can now provide them with hyperlinks (which they may never click).
A new Google Glass app may soon allow users to have a permanent market ticker embedded in their field of vision. But having a constant stream of information may not be a good thing for some investors.
RBC’s 3Q net income was up 3% year on year at $2.3B, supported by a massive 51% rise in earnings for the bank’s wealth management business.
Strong gains in the wealth segment helped CIBC bring in its highest net earnings to date.
TD Bank Group’s third-quarter earnings, and those in its combined wealth and insurance segment, took a hit from weather related losses in the insurance segment and at group level were down 13% year on-year at $1.6 billion.