Arthur Salzer of Northland Wealth Management is part of this year's WP Top 50 Advisors.
Some may be criticizing closet indexing, but advisors are defending the practice pointing to the limitations of the Canadian equities market
Frayed client nerves have financial professionals scrambling to reassure investors with a message focused on long-term strategy
Advisors in Canada may have dodged a bullet with new indications big competitors are staying clear of the Canadian market.
Inherently, advisors see it as a threat. But evidence suggests otherwise.
If an American advisor needs $1B in AUM to be considered “successful,” what must a Canadian professional have?
One of Canada’s top independent family offices took home the hardware last week winning a prestigious award at the 2015 Family Wealth Report Awards.
In the second of two parts, Pangea Private Family Offices CEO Declan Ramsaran follows Northland Wealth Management CEO Arthur Salzer’s comments from yesterday on CRM2. Advisors might want to pay attention.
Northland Wealth Management CEO Arthur Salzer and Pangea Private Family Offices CEO Declan Ramsaran talk turkey when it comes to CRM2. With our CRM2 issue out shortly, their remarks are timely and welcome.
WP's Top 50 advisors list is highlighting a regional divide among industry professionals, where the wealth of clients in one province is quickly eclipsing that of others. Are you in the right spot?