About Us

Investment Executive
Investment Executive (IE) is Canada's national newspaper for financial services industry professionals. Launched in 1989, Investment Executive is published 16 times a year and reaches more than 120,000 financial advisors and managers. No other financial media has the depth of IE. The brand has gained the respect of its readers by offering intelligent, informed coverage of the financial services industry and by providing insightful information for advisors on topics as diverse as mutual funds, investment research, technology, estate planning, tax, building relationships with clients and developing products and services for the client of the future.

Our sister publication, Finance et Investissement, offers similar content for francophone advisors.
 

investmentexecutive.com
Our web site is the leading destination for Canada's financial services industry professionals. It delivers complete, comprehensive and up-to-date information. The day's breaking news and building your business stories always appear on our home page. We've also organized stories by categories, such as Industry News, Products or Practice Management, to help you keep up to date in your area of interest. All news stories are fully searchable.

IE:TV features videos with a wide range of experts in the financial services industry discussing issues pertinent to advisors and their practices. And in our Multimedia Centre, you'll find webinars designed to help advisors build their business.

Tools brings you snapshots of stocks, mutual funds, segregated funds and exchange-traded funds. It also provides a variety of screens to help you analyze these securities.

CE Place is a one-stop destination for all your continuing education (CE) needs. You can search for CE courses and events. You can take the courses that interest you, write the related quizzes and collect your credits. CE Place also allows you to manage your CE history, access and archive your certificates. We'll even remind you to finish a course, just in case you forget.