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Financial services firms are embracing blockchain technology to improve efficiencies, cut costs and reduce risks

As financial services firms make significant investments in technology, they're creating new ways for you to serve your clients

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Blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt many sectors and business models beyond cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin. Here’s what it is and how it works.

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There will be new leadership at some of the world’s most important regulatory bodies by the end of 2018


Advisors with Raymond James, DS and IPC received some of the best ratings from their clients, according to new research

Inquiry adds to challenges at Australian banks

Canadian profits topped $100 billion, up 17.2% from the same period last year

Feds to consider expanded services from banks, fintechs

Report highlights Toronto’s increasingly dominant role in the sector

Diagram is open to business-to-business ideas that can help advisors and their firms in their daily operations

Both cities climbed two places in the rankings of global financial centres