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The introduction of these fees would “achieve a fair and reasonable result for each fund”

  • By: Leah Golob
  • August 9, 2017 January 11, 2019
  • 10:50

Ethics and disclosure are key to whatever compensation model financial planners and financial advisors employ

Canadian insurance regulators focus on three key priorities

The regulator’s final statement of priorities, published on Thursday, also includes a commitment to deal with embedded commissions

U.S. proposed tax changes lead to interest in cross-border migration

New Greenwich Associates report finds that RBC Capital Markets continues to be the industry leader in market share

FAIR Canada not in favour of regulators’ stance on best interest standard

Review of compensation-related conflicts reveals that disclosure alone is not sufficient

CUs make notable contributions to economy, communities, report finds

New CARP survey finds that 89% of Canadians over the age of 55 are in favour of a best interest standard while 79% are opposed to embedded fees

The company is also shifting qualified investors into its private wealth series automatically so that they can take advantage of lower fees

In the post-CRM2 era, clients and regulators are demanding transparency from advisors. Your best response is to turn this obligation into an opportunity to show your clients what you do for them

Rising interest rates should boost net interest income, which is likely to incentivize more trading competition, a new Fitch report suggests

IAP calls on regulators to eliminate embedded compensation

The first phase of a three-part research project on the impact of CRM2 finds that many don’t know how advisors are paid or the types of fees they pay