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Scott Findlay, the new head of the IFB, says that maintaining the independence of financial advisors is crucial to ensuring that clients have the best options in product choice and advisor compensation

Rowena Chan, the new head of TD Wealth Financial Planning, wants to double assets under administration

Guy Cormier must prepare Desjardins Group for change, while maintaining its special character as a co-operative

The newly appointed CEO of Mackenzie Investments plans to use global strategies and product innovations to provide more options for retail clients

Product consolidation and increasing assets are on the agenda for Bernard Letendre, new president at Manulife Investments

National Bank is intent on increasing its high net-worth business, with a strong focus on clients rather than managing fund products

Seasoned securities lawyer Paul Bourque has taken the helm at IFIC during a turbulent period of regulatory change and rising competitive pressures

Taking over the daily operations of Peak Financial Group from Robert Frances represents an opportunity for the experienced Doré

DBRS, a Canadian institution for 40 years, is now U.S.-owned, run out of New York and on an expansion drive. But the new head of DBRS' Canadian office says the agency's roots still serve it well

For Beth Hamilton-Keen, the CFA Institute's new global chairwoman, the value of good advice goes far beyond portfolio returns