Rebalancing is the process of realigning the weightings of a portfolio of assets to maintain the original level of desired … More
New CRM2 regulations are here. Made in Canada, CRM2plus software can help you restore client confidence. CRM2 performance reporting is made easy. Graphs and charts give you tangible and demonstrable proof of your value as a financial professional…
The average investor lacks the time to make sense of their financial reports. The biggest benefit of using a financial advisor is having a credible, well-educated individual to explain performance and help guide financial decisions. But this is time consuming.. There are tools, Made in Canada tools, to make your life as a CFP or FA easier….
Valentine’s Day and I’m certain you are working late. Managing time is impossible with the mass of tasks that need to be done. The right tools can help.
Investing is like dieting. No one really wants to get on that scale and see the actual numbers. This year, take charge of your financial future. Take an interest in the details. Its not too hard to figure out if you have the right tools….
Attention portfolio managers: there are tools that allow you to show clients graphically, what has been invested over time, market value, and performance. There are tools that require much less of your time than Excel, or your legacy system, and provide better results.
One such software tool, CRM2plus, satisfies and goes several steps beyond recent CRM2 regulations regarding performance, allowing you to demonstrate the value of your advice.
It’s time to get professional advice – by guest blogger Anne Leroux The time when retirement planning was straightly mapped … More
CRM2 reporting requirements are coming. In the UK and Australia, where similar rules were adopted, the fallout was huge in … More
This infographic, courtesy of Mackenzie Investments, depicts an excellent summary of the CRM2 rules, from what’s already been implemented, to … More
There’s a lot of information swirling around with respect to the implementation of CRM2 – the good, the bad and … More