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  1. James Langton
    Different regulators are covering the same turf
  2. Megan Harman
    One goal is to reduce the potential for regulatory arbitrage
  3. Jade Hemeon
    Net redemptions of mutual funds are easing off
  4. Rudy Mezzetta
    The Common Reporting Standard will require firms to identify clients who are tax residents of foreign countries
  5. Catherine Harris
    Low oil prices have taken a toll, with diversified firms faring better than those with fewer revenue streams
  6. Tessie Sanci
    TC Media/Credo survey shows that life insurance is less popular with certain groups
  7. Ahmad Hathout
    Banks are improving their financial planning tools as the practice becomes more important to the firms and their advisors
  8. Jade Hemeon
    Banks are well prepared to deal with the unique issues affecting aging Canadians
  9. Kat Shermack
    Although most advisors say back-office functions need improving, some firms are meeting their advisors' expectations
  10. Fiona Collie
    Given the many changes to this year's Report Card, firms' lower ratings may not be that much of a surprise