Banning commissions could reduce access to financial advice while proposed tax changes could have a severe impact on business owners, Joe Oliver argues
Average costs for Canadian advised investors remain comparable to those of U.S. investors, study finds
Paul Bourque, president and CEO, Investment Funds Institute of Canada, explains why increased disclosure and transparency would be better for mutual fund investors than the proposed ban on embedded commissions. He spoke from the IFIC annual leadership conference in Toronto.
What regulators will decide to do on this remains unclear — and the discussions held on Monday did little to clarify the issue
The roundtable, which is part of the CSA’s consultation on discontinuing trailing commissions on mutual funds, includes three topics and 13 panellists