Streamlining the regulation of financial advice could create a more finely tailored, fit-for-purpose oversight regime, says a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute.
In “Ripe for Reform: Modernizing the Regulation of Financial Advice,” author Joanne De Laurentiis argues merging and rationalizing financial advice regulators would eliminate rule overlap, remove operational costs for dealers and bring greater efficiency to the regulatory oversight process.
Source: C.D. Howe Institute