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IFIC campaign encourages investors to open their statements

IFIC survey finds that investor awareness that the fees they pay helps compensate their advisor has risen substantially

  • By: Jade Hemeon
  • November 22, 2017 November 22, 2017
  • 13:40

Net sales of bond and balanced funds show improvement

Despite the decline in overall net sales, equity funds enjoyed a solid turnaround during the month

Weak but mostly positive performance for Canadian funds in August: Morningstar

Average costs for Canadian advised investors remain comparable to those of U.S. investors, study finds

2017 IFIC/Pollara Survey: Key take-aways for advisors

Ross Kappele shares key findings from a recent survey of Canadian investors

Industry needs transparency and choice, not a ban on commissions

Paul Bourque, president and CEO, Investment Funds Institute of Canada, explains why increased disclosure and transparency would be better for mutual fund investors than the proposed ban on embedded commissions. He spoke from the IFIC annual leadership conference in Toronto.

Weak but mostly positive performance for Canadian funds in August: Morningstar

The Canada Revenue Agency recently decided to defer application of the “advantage rules” by one year

Advisors urged to embrace change

Judy Goldring, executive vice president and chief operating officer, AGF Management Ltd., discusses disruption in the mutual fund industry and the need for advisors to respond to changing client demands while being challenged by regulatory uncertainty. She spoke from the IFIC annual leadership conference in Toronto.

Despite the weakening sales picture, mutual fund industry assets under management climbed by $8.3 billion

BMO GAM’s Ross Kappele elected IFIC chairman

Members of the board elected at annual meeting

  • By: Leah Golob
  • September 8, 2017 December 19, 2017
  • 15:30