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Fraudster gets 10 years for boiler room scheme

Scammers posed as legit Wall Street brokers to dupe investors

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Supply chain easing raises hope for cooling inflation

Reduced congestion, slowing demand, rising inventories signal price pressure may ease, Fitch Ratings says

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CSA to host roundtable on derivatives rules

Regulators to prep industry for forthcoming conduct regime

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Disinherited children win big in Alberta and B.C. courts 

Such scenarios are becoming increasingly common as estate sizes increase, a Vancouver lawyer suggests

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New First Home Savings Account: everything you want to know

Department of Finance releases details today that outline the age limit and allow unused contribution room to be carried forward

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CI posts decline in revenue in volatile Q2

Total assets down 7.6% from previous quarter, but up 12.2% year over year

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Canada Pension Plan Investment Board loses 4.2% in Q1

Private equity, credit and real estate contributed "modestly" to the losses, the board said

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Advisors must improve how they work with wealthy families

False assumptions and biases limit advisors’ ability to serve the wealthiest clients, suggests a family office consultant

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Regulatory peril is banks’ top governance risk: Fitch

Failings that inflict broader reputational harm or signal deeper issues are most likely to impact credit ratings

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Manulife reports $1.6B drop in Q2 earnings on market impacts

Participating insurance sales helped drive 32% premium increase in Canada

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Drought woes add to Europe’s recession risk

Low river levels disrupting shipping, energy, production capacity

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Brookfield reports profit fell in the second quarter, revenue up

Record inflows contribute to strong fundraising outlook, the alternative asset manager said

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New and upgraded tax credits coming for clients

The Liberal government is moving ahead with tax proposals

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Feds soften banks’ recovery dividend in draft legislation

However, the bank and insurer surtax remains at 1.5% for profits over $100M

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Advisors must improve how they work with wealthy families

False assumptions and biases limit advisors’ ability to serve the wealthiest clients, suggests a family office consultant

Vacation tips for advisors

To ease client worries, advisors may need to be responsive in case of emergencies

Advice for novice advisors in tough times

How these experienced advisors handled unfavourable economic conditions

Debt in a time of rising rates

How will rising rates affect your clients, particularly those with debt?

  • By: Staff
  • June 17, 2022 June 17, 2022
  • 10:05