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22 April 2014

Canadian Retail Brokers’ Pain Is US Brokers’ Gain ...

Sayena Mostowfi, Lida Preyma, TABB Group, G20 Research Group

While Canadian retail equity investors are enjoying more choice and cheaper trading than ever before, Canadian retail brokers are struggling with increasing regulatory requirements, soaring technology costs, scarce volumes and declining commissions. As a result, more and more dealers are looking to the US for execution. ... rest of story...

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