Opinion

  • A generation set up for failure?

    Much like millennials have changed the way we work, soon they will change the way we lead. Hiam Sakakini suggests the old leadership development models will not work for this generation

  • The reality of robo-advisors

    Robo-advisors won't swallow up the market, writes Jason Pereira - but they will force a complacent industry to reinvent itself

  • Discovery process

    Matthew Rodier, winner of the IIAC’s Top Under 40 Award, discusses what it takes for a young advisor to build a successful practice

  • Wrestling with responsibility

    As responsible investing becomes more widespread, writes Ryan Colwell, advisors must be fully informed about what they’re signing their clients up for

  • Rise of the machines

    Now that artificial intelligence is taking hold across asset management, should portfolio managers be concerned about their future?

  • Lines of communication

    For Sun Life Financial’s Chris Poole, running a successful practice means earning clients’ respect through regular contact

  • Balancing act

    Former Finance Minister Joe Oliver reveals why he decided to return to Bay Street after his time on Parliament Hill

  • How advisors are helping clients spend with confidence

    MacKenzie Investments survey reveals Canadians’ spending confidence levels and their reasons behind it

  • The case for certification

    Lack of trust is leading Canadians to forgo much needed financial advice, writes Cary List, but there is a way for the industry to build credibility

  • Advisors: fight the ban

    Advisors can help keep financial advice accessible to all Canadians, writes Advocis president Greg Pollock, by opposing the proposal banning embedded commissions