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The pair took “extreme financial advantage” of a vulnerable senior

Scenic mature couple holding hands together and looking abroad during retirement vacation

Aging investors seen as particularly vulnerable to financial fraud, unsuitable investments and other risks

IFIC, FAIR Canada and the CCEL favour empowering firms and advisors to stop suspected financial abuse

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Uniform standards to protect U.S. investors take effect

Investment industry firms urged to do more to prepare for and respond to the needs of vulnerable investors

Seniors now make up 19.9% of New Brunswick’s population — the highest percentage in the country.

Incidents of suspected abuse should be reported to authorities, regulators say

Elder abuse: Protect your clients and your practice

Matthew Urback flags key points in the estates process where advisors can act to protect both their clients and their practice from the impacts of elder abuse (Part 1 of 4)

It’s critical for seniors to understand how to protect themselves from financial abuse given that the majority of cases will involve people who are close to them

Caregiving costs for aging Canadians having impact on families

The groups are aiming to develop a mechanism to help firms and advisors protect clients who may be victims of elder abuse or with diminished mental capacity