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  1. Megan Harman
    Hybrid concept could be more appealing than LTC insurance
  2. Jade Hemeon
    Fidelity portfolio manager Mark Schmehl has outperformed consistently
  3. James Langton
    IIROC proposal raises concerns
  4. Fiona Collie
    Some robo-advisors are adding platforms and partnerships to make offering ETFs to clients much easier for mutual fund advisors
  5. Jade Hemeon
    As TFSAs surpass RRSPs in popularity, both vehicles have their place in retirement planning
  6. Rudy Mezzetta
    CRM2 has raised investors' awareness regarding how much they pay for advice and how financial advisors are paid
  7. James Langton
    The Competition Bureau's draft report states that fintech firms face issues similar to those of traditional financial services firms
  8. Fiona Collie
    After 25 years with an insurance giant, Michael Stanley now oversees day-to-day operations at Sterling Mutuals
  9. Danny Bradbury
    With the wide variety of software tools available, you can stick with the tried-and-true PowerPoint and Keynote applications, or go with one of the less familiar but effective alternatives
  10. George Hartman
    The valuation of a financial advisor's book of business for a divorce settlement must be based on a proven methodology that brings appropriate perspective and rationality to the discussion