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ISS unveils proxy voting guidelines for 2020

New benchmark policies apply for shareholder meetings that take place after Feb. 1, 2020

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Climate risk a growing concern for central banks, TD reports

Expertise is needed to develop climate-related data analysis and modelling frameworks

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Canadians want feds to do more for small businesses: CFIB

Poll finds Canadians “stand firmly behind small businesses”

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Value of advice more important as Canadians near retirement: study

Two thirds of Canadians say they want to know more about the logistics of their retirement

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What’s next for title reform in Ontario

Details are few, but flexibility is a key theme

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Hedge funds out, PE in, survey finds

Investors' appetites for environmentally sensitive alternatives is growing, EY finds


Fund rep banned for thwarting MFDA investigation

The former rep was being investigated for allegedly liquidating his father's investment accounts

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Fed’s Powell sees steady growth, signals pause in rate cuts

The Fed cut short-term rates last month for the third time this year

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U.S. consumer prices up 0.4% in October; gasoline prices surge

Overall consumer prices rose 1.8% over the past year

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Home Capital reports Q3 profit up from year ago, mortgage originations up

The mortgage lender reported a profit of $39 million in the third quarter


TSX hits record high

Other North American stock markets remain relatively flat

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Bank of Canada official urges public-private sector defence against cyberattacks

New regulations and legislation may be required

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Tougher scrutiny for “risky” syndicated mortgages

Regulator says it's "committed to strengthening" investor protection

Desjardins earnings flat in Q3 despite weaker wealth management segment

Desjardins said it's spent $70 million implementing protections for members following a data breach

Sweden’s central bank shuns Canadian bonds

Riksbank has sold off Canadian and Australian bonds due to climate concerns

CPPIB reports 2.3% return for Q2

Net assets grew to $409.5 billion

Wellington-Altus names chief market strategist

The new appointee will assess market trends and form portfolio recommendations

  • By: IE Staff
  • November 14, 2019 November 14, 2019
  • 11:52

Michael Sabia leaving CEO job at CDPQ to head Munk School of Global Affairs

Sabia has served as president and chief executive at CDPQ since March 2009

Global bank policymakers shuffle leadership

Appointments made to lead BIS central bank groups

iA Clarington ensures certain funds are fossil-fuel free

The mandate is the culmination of an effort that began in 2015

  • By: IE Staff
  • November 12, 2019 November 12, 2019
  • 12:57

Bitcoin options coming to the CME

The exchange will enable trading in options on its Bitcoin futures contracts starting in January

Insolvencies piling up, OSB reports

Bankruptcies were up by 5.0% month over month

ASC panel bans, fines Ponzi schemers

An individual and a firm must pay almost $2.75M

Basel Committee revises banks’ disclosure requirements

Discussion papers address disclosures of market risk and sovereign exposure

OSFI rebuffs global capital rules for insurers

The standard would impose capital requirements for long-term products that are too high, the office said

Stock markets flat as the longest and strongest bull market continues

Oil slips while gold climbs

TSX and Dow hit record high as investors shrug off trade troubles

S&P/TSX composite index closed up 48.61 points on Wednesday

Geopolitics clouding the outlook for wealthy investors, UBS finds

Survey finds wealthy investors hold 25% of their holdings in cash

Canadian firms recognized at STEP Private Client Awards

O’Sullivan Estate Lawyers, RBC Wealth Management both honoured

  • By: IE Staff
  • October 11, 2019 November 12, 2019
  • 14:08

IE to co-host 2nd Annual ETF Summit on Oct. 1

Sessions will offer innovative ways to integrate the products into your practice

  • By: IE Staff
  • September 12, 2019 November 12, 2019
  • 09:31

Nominees revealed for IIAC’s 2019 Top Under 40 award

Winners to be announced at gala event in Toronto on Oct. 24

  • By: IE Staff
  • September 3, 2019 November 12, 2019
  • 13:27