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

small business owner during the pandemic

Financial planning through the pandemic

Help your business-owner client reassess cash flow and more

Systemic racism George Floyd

Racial justice, one year later

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

senior women

Can your client afford to help her adult children?

Re-evaluating retirement income

Individuality

Letter to the editor: Don’t underestimate credentialing bodies

FP Canada responds to March article

  • May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021
  • 09:30
Green plant maze

How diverse is your investment management team?

A study of hedge funds highlights the pitfalls of homogeneity

Multiethnic couple considering investment real estate purchase consulting realtor, interracial family listening attentively to mortgage broker thinking of getting bank loan for buying new home house

How clients’ personalities affect financial advice

A TD Wealth study offers insight on how different types of clients respond to advice and volatility

young couple meeting with advisor

Can “light planning” expand access to financial advice?

Creating shorter or less comprehensive engagements with clients may allow advisors to serve the underserved

New mail online message email communication laptop computer desk

Tips for creating great e-newsletters for your clients

How to ensure that your clients will open, click through and engage with your content

Family walking in the country

How advisors are connecting with clients’ kids

Providing early guidance on goals and investing serves the whole family

Loneliness adds to at-risk seniors’ vulnerability: report

FINRA found that isolation can impact decision-making, including when it comes to finances

Close up of a woman using a laptop

Young Canadians ready to focus on finances

Pandemic job losses remain a challenge, however

  • By: Staff
  • March 12, 2021 March 12, 2021
  • 11:55

Regulators must face the rise of the machines

IOSCO sets guidance on overseeing AI use for investment firms, asset managers

Cloud computing transforming brokerage industry, report says

Technology presents opportunities as well as challenges for firms, FINRA said

Crypto firms struggling to satisfy U.K.’s anti-money laundering rules

Canadian regulators are also trying to come to grips with regulating crypto trading firms

How to make good use of Monte Carlo projections

Projections are essential for planning but they rely on the quality of the variables used

FCAC releases new financial literacy strategy

The government agency hopes to make the financial system more accessible and inclusive

  • By: Staff
  • July 14, 2021 July 14, 2021
  • 12:22

Addressing the conflict of proprietary products

Conflicts-related reforms come into effect June 30

Halfway through an SRO ban, ex-rep agrees to new suspension

An OSC enforcement action against a former rep has extended an existing suspension

China’s growth picks up in Q3 as recovery takes hold

Retail sales finally returned to pre-virus levels

CE Course: Optimal asset location

Examining how taxes, expected investment outcomes and utility can affect asset location

Help retired clients avoid high-pressure sales tactics

Be sensitive to the psychology and life-stage perspective of retirees

  • By: Al Emid
  • November 6, 2013 December 9, 2019
  • 07:00

Advisors can do more to help their clients relax in retirement

Retirees are re-assessing how they deal with financial markets

  • By: Al Emid
  • October 30, 2013 December 9, 2019
  • 07:00

The whole picture: Understanding the needs of aging clients

The process of aging can take its toll