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  1. Megan Harman
    Regulation is one factor driving the consolidation trend
  2. James Langton
    Dispute over BIS may threaten creation of national regulator
  3. Back Issue

    Changing course

    Jade Hemeon
    New vision for Sprott is more “narrowly constituted”
  4. Catherine Harris
    But their progress may be threatened by U.S. economic and tax policies
  5. Rudy Mezzetta
    Larry Tomei says giving clients the best treatment will help fuel HSBC Bank Canada's growth
  6. Rudy Mezzetta
    Study shows that Canadians who own insurance products tend to be more loyal to their advisors
  7. Fiona Collie
    Credential and National Bank have signed agreements to use Nest Wealth’s robo-advisor platform
  8. Charles Bossy
    Many advisors bemoan their firms not standing up to the regulators or offering enough support to deal with regulatory changes, and firms struggle to be in compliance
  9. Fiona Collie
    With ratings declining in some key areas and fewer advisors prepared to recommend their firms, advisors believe their firms could be doing a lot more to keep them satisfied
  10. James Langton
    The emergence of new competitors, such as robo-advisors, combined with the impact of increased regulation and shifts at both the client level and within the advisor population, have led to a drop in average AUM and productivity