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  1. James Langton
    Rebate is good “corporate behaviour”
  2. Paul Brent
    Surveys from Sun Life and RBC reveal that retirement, as we know it, is becoming ever more challenging for Canadians
  3. James Langton
    Debate is heating up over the features and application of the proposed public pension plan taking shape in Ontario
  4. Fiona Collie
    There's still much confusion among advisors and their mutual fund dealers about the sale of syndicated mortgages
  5. Tessie Sanci
    A new CIBC survey suggests that although clients believe they would benefit from financial advice, they're reluctant to seek it
  6. Fiona Collie
    Marriages come and go. And so, at times, do pensions. Recent court decisions point to the need for precision in documentation
  7. Catherine Harris
    Flexibility in asset allocation also was important in how segregated fund families performed in 2014
  8. Gordon Powers
    Study shows that annuities may not be best way to build sustainable income
  9. Andrew Allentuck
    Negative interest rates on short-term bonds means investors are buying in for bond price appreciation instead of yield
  10. Catherine Harris