S. Korea to post 2% growth in 2019 on sluggish exports, investment

South Korea’s look to post around 2% expansion this year it’s lower than previously expected mainly due to slower trade investment and consumption Kim Azam provides an overview of the local economy in 2019 South Korea is expected to post… Continue Reading

The future of the insurance industry: A capabilities perspective

The future of the insurance industry: A capabilities perspective

The insurance industry is undergoing a perfect storm. Changing customer demands, advances in technology, increases in data, the impact of natural disasters, shifting demographics, and evolving regulations are just some of the factors combining to shake the industry to its… Continue Reading

Toronto Minute – Real Estate Update – Nov 11 2019

Toronto Minute – Real Estate Update – Nov 11 2019

Hello, this is YOUR Monday Market Minute For November 11, 2019 Canada’s national housing agency has moved the Toronto region housing market out of the high-risk red zone into the moderate yellow area for the first time since 2015. Toronto’s… Continue Reading

The Five Simple Rules of Investing | Simple Steps for a Retirement Portfolio Course

The Five Simple Rules of Investing | Simple Steps for a Retirement Portfolio Course

Investing doesn’t have to be complicated. To grow a portfolio, long-term investors just need to follow five simple rules. Rule number one: contribute early and often. To achieve exponential growth, you need time and regular contributions. If you were to… Continue Reading

Why Invest in Asset Management?

Why Invest in Asset Management?

Hi I’m Lisa, the Mayor of Mytown. The role of my Council is to ensure that residents are provided with services that are essential to our quality of life, like clean drinking water and sanitation, transportation, parks and recreation services.… Continue Reading

Investing Basics: The Power of Compounding

Investing Basics: The Power of Compounding

With a little bit of interest and a lot of time, compound interest can help grow a portfolio significantly. Compound interest is reinvesting earned interest back into the principal of an investment. As you reinvest interest on top of interest,… Continue Reading