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  • Nov 21

    A divorce can be an extremely difficult time for families, eroding wealth and taking an emotional toll on both spouses. But with about 4 in 10 marriages in Canada ending in divorce, according to StatsCan, it is a harsh reality for many Canadian families. In the first segment, the BNN Advisor panel discusses the best ways to help clients deal with a divorce and possibly stay out of the courts, with lawyer Michael Cochrane stating he’s currently dealing with one divorce case that has been going on for over 10 years.

  • Oct 17

    Buying a billion-dollar book of business
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    Buying a billion-dollar book of business

    Buying and selling a book of business can be one of the most important business decisions advisors have to make. John O’Connell, chairman and CEO of Davis Rea, tells his personal story of buying and selling billion-dollar books of business. He discusses what he was looking for when buying a book of business and the type of clients he was looking for before pulling the trigger on a deal.

  • Oct 17

    How to buy a book of business: Part 1
    7:03

    How to buy a book of business: Part 1

    Two more advisors join the panel discussion focused on buying and selling a book of business. In this segment, John O’Connell is joined by Jeff Hull, senior advisor at Manulife Securities and Amy Dietz-Graham, portfolio manager and investment advisor at BMO Nesbitt Burns. Here, the panel gets into more detail about what to look for when acquiring a book of business and their own succession strategies.

  • Oct 17

    How to buy a book of business: Part 2
    6:07

    How to buy a book of business: Part 2

    If you are an advisor that wants to talk in billions and not millions, then acquiring books of business is generally the best way to acquire clients and assets under management. It is costly, but can be crucial when looking to ramp up a successful business. In this segment, the BNN Advisor panel offers advice to advisors looking to pay for a book of business. The process can take time and effort, with one advisor comparing it to a romance.

  • Sep 19

    Helping children develop healthy attitudes toward money and saving
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    Helping children develop healthy attitudes toward money and saving

    In today’s modern world, developing healthy attitudes toward money and saving can go a long way toward achieving financial success later on in life. BNN’s panel of advisors discusses the ways they work with clients to instil these values in children and young adults and how they communicate this to their clients, including using the power of compound interest to show how small amounts of money can add up over time.

  • Sep 19

    Finding the right savings vehicle and athletic scholarships for your child
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    Finding the right savings vehicle and athletic scholarships for your child

    BNN’s panel of advisors discusses the right savings vehicles to use when planning for a child’s education fund, which includes starting with an RESP (Registered Educational Savings Plan), but the process often moves beyond that for most clients; it's worth considering that RESPs aren't usually enough to cover costs beyond a bachelor's degree. The panel also discusses athletic scholarships. The advisors explain why even though these scholarships can help pay for schooling, they need to be carefully scrutinized.