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David Hamilton Cudmore was terminated following accusations he was “engaged in irregular and potentially unethical business practices”

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Monetary sanctions levied against both mutual fund dealers and mutual fund advisors totalled $8.5 million in 2017

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MFDA hearing panel finds Thunder Bay man misappropriated money for spouse’s TFSA

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Training, due diligence, trading instructions among issues MFDA firms will have to consider

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Mutual fund advisor misappropriated $37,000 received from two clients to purchase investments for their TFSAs

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The self-regulatory organization hopes to spark a discussion on mutual fund cost reporting

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The rule aims to promote client awareness of the MFDA’s oversight of mutual fund dealers and advisors

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Mutual fund dealers can expect a mandatory request for data in June

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The proficiency course follows requirements set out by the MFDA

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Mutual fund dealers and reps use should use more secure forms of electronic communication