The Gooding Band brings its Financial Literacy Tour to Western Canada. Will your clients’ high schoolers be going? They should be.
New evidence suggests women are making inroads when it comes to leadership. That’s great news for the financial advisor community.
In the face of that 2% drop in Canadian stocks, advisors seem all but united in the advice they're offering nervous clients. And that advice may surprise you.
While Canada is one of the better countries to be a professional woman in the financial services industry, a lot of work remains to be done.
Speaking with Kash Pashootan, an Ottawa-area advisor who appears frequently on BNN, WP got a real eye-opener about what to expect from the markets in 2015.
A sold-out gala event takes place Thursday evening in Toronto recognizing Canada’s 100 most powerful women. Are you one of this year’s honourees? RBC's Katie Taylor is.
Currently, women advisors account for 15% of its total. The company’s goal? To get to 25% by 2025. Senior VP Sybil Verch explained to WP why this is important.
Raymond James has the necessary organizational capacity to handle hairy U.S.-Canada transactions.
Growth and development chief eyeing ‘quality’ expansion of the RJ network.
Less than 5% of financial planners are under 30, and with many advisors nearing retirement, leading experts are now reiterating the need for all firms to establish specific programs for attracting new talent to a rapidly aging industry.