Finding success in smaller business centres
Brent McKay, financial advisor for Sunlife Financial in Simcoe, Ont, gives three key tips on how to succeed in a smaller business centre: take a leadership role in the volunteer community; make confidentiality paramount; and deliver consistency to grow existing relationships. He spoke to Dan Richards from ClientInsights at the TMX in Toronto.
Retirement planning for affluent women and conquering ‘bag lady syndrome’
Sandra Pierce, SVP, director, investment advisor, The Fox Pierce Segal Group with Richardson GMP Ltd...
Helping clients through a ‘grey divorce’
Eva Sachs, divorce planner, and Marion Korn, family lawyer and mediator, Mutual Solutions, discuss t...
Strategies for helping elderly clients
Susan Levesque, vice president, National Bank Financial, discusses how she communicates effectively ...
Should you ignore market forecasts?
Michael Nairne, president and chief investment officer of Tacita Capital, discusses the efficacy of ...
Build stronger working relationships with support staff
Ken Dick, portfolio manager & branch manager at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management, gives tips from...
Three key ingredients for financial planners to succeed
Shannon Burch, district vice president at Bank of Nova Scotia in Calgary, explains the three key att...
Why permanent life is making a comeback with business owners
Russ McEdwards, McEdwards & Whitwell Financial Planning Inc., explains that business owners often re...
Become the go-to advisor for a company’s employees
Gord Webster, senior wealth advisor, wealth management, ScotiaMcCleod, Regina, explains how to becom...
A one-day event that made a big impact
Donna Worthington, Investment Planning Counsel, Edmonton, explains how a one-day event that raised $...