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Canada bank stocks seen as a buying opportunity as premium to U.S. shrinks

Canadian bank stocks have gotten a whole lot cheaper relative to their U.S. counterparts.

The shares, which have fetched a premium over U.S. lenders for a dozen years, are now trading at their narrowest margin in almost a decade, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. 429 more words


Embracing the alternative: Investment advisory firm Westcourt Capital growing as Baby Boomers cash out

You’re a Baby Boomer entrepreneur who’s decided to sell the business you’ve built over the past 30 years, and thanks to your hard work, you are now sitting on a hefty eight-digit cheque. 915 more words


Banking and Financial Industry IT Services, Financial Software Solutions | Techwave

Banking and Financial IT Services industry boundaries are blurring as connectivity between devices expands—enough to reshape not only individual companies, but entire markets. Pioneering enterprises are tapping into a broader array of partners and markets to craft new and engaging customer experiences, tackle challenges and create new lines of business in ways never before possible. 152 more words

Martin Pelletier: Canada is putting all its economic eggs in one basket, and that's never a good idea

Two of the most common mistakes people make when investing are extrapolating past performance into the future and putting all of their eggs in one basket. 639 more words


Ferol W. Hettick

Title: Director of Compliance
Company: Trustmark National Bank
Location: Jackson, MS United States

Ferol W. Hettick, Director of Compliance at Trustmark National Bank, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements and leadership in banking.

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Moody's takes Canadian banks down a notch, warns of more challenging operating environment

For the second time in five years, Moody’s Investors Service has downgraded the debt ratings of a group of Canada’s largest banks over concerns about their exposure to increasingly indebted consumers and high housing prices. 662 more words


4.5% or bust: RBC eyes bigger cut of $40 Billion in U.S. investment-bank fees

Royal Bank of Canada seeks to capture as much as 4.5 percent of the $40 billion pool of U.S. investment-banking fees within three years as it expands operations in the world’s largest market for deal-making. 565 more words