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The Bank of Canada has warned that a successful cyberattack could spread widely throughout the financial system

Mandeville, Smart Money introduce WealthPort service

AI will be able to provide a breadth of information and predictions while advisors use their judgment and soft skills in interacting with clients

  • By: Leah Golob
  • November 24, 2017 November 24, 2017
  • 11:45

The Montreal operation joins Borealis AI labs in Toronto and Edmonton

Services such as robo-advisors lack the ability to truly understand clients like financial advisors do

Report considers the risks and benefits that could emerge as activities continue to grow across the financial industry

Canada’s financial services sector “moving fast” on AI

The automated learning technology will select the investments for the ETF on its own, within certain preset parameters

AI is slowly making its way into the wealth-management industry and will ultimately transform financial advisors’ role

Canada’s financial services sector “moving fast” on AI

Matthew Taylor will relocate from Washington State University to Edmonton

With artificial intelligence becoming more powerful, there are risks firms could use the technology to take advantage of less sophisticated clients

Canada’s financial services sector “moving fast” on AI

New software aims to provide financial regulators and analysts with confidence in the recommendations generated by algorithms