Jean-Philippe Lemay explains why the firm added close to 80 years of industry experience with three key additions
Wall Street often sets fashion for the financial industry. If this trend catches on, fashionable advisors may want to stock up on funky socks.
Without an exit strategy, the value of an advisor’s business can wither on the vine.
June saw the largest foreign divestment in Canadian bonds since 2007. But equities found favor among foreign investors in spite of weakness in the share index.
Canadian regulators should scrap commissions and enforce a fiduciary standard on advisors in light of new data from across the pond, an investor advocate says.
A study of global investors has results that may worry advisors: investors have weak trust in financial professionals and they want more regulation. But the study also offers some clear solutions for restoring confidence in the industry.
An Ontario judge has added six months to the sentence of a serial offender of securities law.
The Canadian masterminds behind one of the largest international penny stock frauds in history were ruthless operators who bragged that bilking Americans was “like taking money from a baby,” according to FBI wiretaps.
When the housing boom in the US ended, several banks blew up. Could it happen here?
According to a new survey, Americans would trust their health to a woman doctor but they wouldn’t trust their cars to a female mechanic. Are they comfortable having a woman as a financial advisor?
Canadian advisors are increasingly bombarded with demand for “alternative investments" – a phenomenon backed up by new research – but what exactly are clients asking for?