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Swiss insurer admits to enabling U.S. tax evasion

Company viewed increased U.S. enforcement against banks as a business opportunity, the DoJ said

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Explaining Canada’s housing market ‘madness’

Canadians may need to adjust their attitudes about home ownership

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Wholesale and manufacturing sales climbed in March

Manufacturing sales hit their highest level since June 2019

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FCA seeks consumer duty standards

Citing continued consumer harm and a lack of trust, regulator plans tougher consumer protection requirements

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U.S. retail sales were flat in April

The question is whether consumers will continue to spend without stimulus checks

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Financial planning through the pandemic

Help your business-owner client reassess cash flow and more

Emotional Stress, Bankruptcy, Finance

Consumer insolvencies in March spike to highest level in a year

The increase reflected a return to pre-pandemic levels after a year of record lows

  • By: Staff
  • May 13, 2021 May 13, 2021
  • 11:35
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Net redemptions slow as CI reports Q1 profit

The firm's assets under management continued to grow in the first quarter

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Brookfield AM reports rise in net income in Q1

Net income attributable to common shareholders was US$1.24 billion, as funds from operations hit a record high

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Sustainable bond issuance set record in Q1: Moody’s

Interest in environmental and gender issues are driving growth in sustainable finance markets

IIROC drops expanded OBSI reporting proposal

Reporting changes will be rolled into a bigger project on complaints, investigations

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Desjardins posted big gains in Q1

The cooperative reported surplus earnings of $798 million before dividends, powered by lower credit loss provisions

  • By: Staff
  • May 13, 2021 May 13, 2021
  • 15:35
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BoC governor calls for inclusive economic recovery

The uneven impact of the pandemic on certain sectors, workers must be addressed, he said in a speech

How to redirect your printed copy of Advisor’s Edge

If you’re not going to the office, our team can help you

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  • April 1, 2020 February 24, 2021
  • 10:21
Jake Goertzen

Client Confidential: Jake Goertzen

A Winnipeg truck driver discusses financial advice and the road to retirement

Financial planning through the pandemic

Help your business-owner client reassess cash flow and more

Racial justice, one year later

Editorial: Financial firms still have work to do in acknowledging their role in systemic racism

Can your client afford to help her adult children?

Re-evaluating retirement income