Does your retirement fund manager have a legal responsibility to act in your interest?

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Many of us are more and more dependent on investments and the market to make money for retirement.   We go to banks and trust the advisors we meet there to act in our interests.   This recent report by the Small Investor Protection Association shows how many of of bank employees across Canada are salespeople with fancy titles.  Find out more and fight for stronger retirement protections. 


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