It's unethical, say advisors
A Conseiller.ca review finds out.
Jacques-André Thibault was banned from the Quebec securities industry for 11 years in 2014, based on 11 offenses committed against three clients. Now, Conseiller.ca has discovered that three other clients complained about Thibault for insurance policies bought between 2004 and 2008. Jacques Duval, a well-known automotive columnist, complained in January 2008 to AIG Life of […]
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