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Streamlined regulations would benefit the industry and clients, writes Jim Rogers

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The regulatory response to Covid-19 has improved the investor experience, writes Ian Russell

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IFIC’s recent Canadian Mutual Fund Investor Survey found that investors are very satisfied with their advisors and prefer to pay their fees indirectly

If embedded commissions are banned, many clients would probably lose access to advice

  • By: IE Staff
  • December 1, 2017 October 31, 2019
  • 00:30
Letters to the editor: IIROC firms already meet the best interests of their clients

Regulators’ proposals to impose a best interests standard would be “duplicative and confusing”

  • By: Ian Russell
  • February 28, 2017 November 12, 2019
  • 17:00
Letters to the editor: IIROC firms already meet the best interests of their clients

How will removing embedded commissions enhance the client experience? And how will a fiduciary standard work exactly?

  • By: Don Janzen
  • August 15, 2016 November 12, 2019
  • 16:20
Letters to the editor: IIROC firms already meet the best interests of their clients

By eliminating incentives, we’re driving down excellence by rewarding minimum expectation

Letters to the editor: IIROC firms already meet the best interests of their clients

The conflicts of interest in selling products with embedded commissions are enormous, as evidence shows

Letters to the editor: IIROC firms already meet the best interests of their clients

Banning a specific type of compensation will not magically turn abusers into non-abusers. They will just find new ways to abuse

Letters to the editor: IIROC firms already meet the best interests of their clients

Banning embedded fees will reduce options for smaller investors