Released on November 27, 2020
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) wants to help Saskatchewan investors be proactive when working with a registered firm and their registered individuals. A successful investing relationship requires all parties to be informed and ask questions.
Your registered individual’s job is to ensure you receive suitable investment advice. By understanding the investing process and knowing what information you should be receiving, you will become a proactive investor and enhance your relationship with your registered individual.
“By understanding the investing process, you can have an informed relationship with your representative and a better understanding of your investments,” FCAA Executive Director of Securities Dean Murrison said.
Here are some tips to help you become a proactive investor:
To learn more about how to be a proactive investor, visit www.fcaa.gov.sk.ca/investing.-30-
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