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TSX continues streak of gains

U.S. stock markets finish mixed

Walmart sells Canadian banking operation to U.S. firm, Canadian financier

The new owners will continue providing the bank's credit card and insurance products

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OSC warns investors about unregistered cryptocurrency groups

Regulator singles out five firms in investor alert

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Investors Group announces multiple mutual fund changes

The changes affect administrative and management fees, as well as risk ratings

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Capgemini and Efma launch fintech portal

The new platform is designed to foster collaboration between fintechs and financial institutions

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Mutual fund firms concerned with lack of guidance on promotional spending

Following several high-profile administrative penalties for “excessive” spending on promotional activities and non-monetary benefits, there’s little clarity from regulators as to what’s acceptable

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Slideshow: How a firm’s ratings impact advisors’ recommendations

Although advisors are likely to recommend their firm to another advisor, this changes sometimes based on their perception of their brokerage

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Talking about ETFs

Tips for teaching clients about these still-evolving funds and what they entail

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CPP Fund posts 11.6% return in fiscal 2018

The main driver of growth was last year’s stock markets surge

More Canadians consider guaranteed life income products desirable

Segregated funds and annuities are two products that can help Canadians reach their goals

Financial literacy isn’t financial wellness for Canadian workers

Stress about retirement is the biggest financial worry among Canadians

The insurtech gap

Advisors and clients are ready for digitized insurance processes, but insurers are slow to adopt new technology