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In September, Richardson GMP became the largest independent wealth manager in Canada with the $132-million purchase of Macquarie Canada’s retail business. CEO Andrew Marsh tells Wealth Professional’s Christopher Myrick what prompted the deal and the big changes he sees for Canadian advisors
Richardson GMP CEO Andrew Marsh talks advisor retention and the survival of Canadian independents in the wake of his firm's acquisition of Macquarie Private Wealth and dozens of advisors jumping ship.
The head of Canada’s biggest independent firm suggests the industry is in for a significant culling of advisors. And could Toronto be hardest hit?
A top investment executive warns advisors shifting to a fee-based model better justify the dough their clients are spending -- and that includes the number of GTA advisors now adopting the model.
A new magazine will arrive on the Canadian wealth management landscape next month, bringing a new and fresh voice and a heightened sense of focus on the needs and desires of advisors.
The head of Richardson GMP says that more acquisitions may be in the offing and that he has specific types of businesses in mind. Could your firm be a target?
Richardson GMP's deal to acquire Macquarie’s Canadian business is a clear sign of a collapsing industry, says IIAC president Ian Russell.