Continuing Education → Globe Advisor

Vulnerable and Senior Clients (LCIFGA010)


Description
1.0 IIROC: Professional Development
1.0 MFDA: Professional Development (7774)
1.0 Alberta Accreditation Committee: 1.0 Life or A&S (55284)
1.0 Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario: Life or A&S
1.0 Insurance Council of British Columbia: Life or A&S
1.0 Insurance Council of Manitoba: 1.0 Life or A&S (38420)
1.0 Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan: Life or A&S
1.0 CPA: 1.0 Verifiable CPD
1.0 CFA: 1.0 Professional Learning
1.0 FP Canada: Financial Planning (7774)
1.0 Advocis: Structured Learning

1.0 MFDA: Professional Development (7774)
1.0 Alberta Accreditation Committee: 1.0 Life or A&S (55284)
1.0 Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario: Life or A&S
1.0 Insurance Council of British Columbia: Life or A&S
1.0 Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan: Life or A&S
1.0 CPA: 1.0 Verifiable Ethics CPD
1.0 CFA: 1.0 Professional Learning
1.0 FP Canada: Financial Planning (7774)
1.0 Advocis: Structured Learning


With an aging demographic, seniors represent Canada’s fastest growing demographic – a demographic that has unique requirements and challenges. There is a growing concern about the vulnerabilities that exist with senior clients. And although not all seniors are vulnerable, many vulnerable people are seniors. In this 9-part series, we explore important topics that all advisors must be mindful of when working with vulnerable and senior clients. The course concludes with a final test. A passing grade of at least 60% is required.



Important to note:
The accreditations with accompanying ID numbers have been approved and issued by the regulatory organization. The accreditations without ID numbers are additional regulatory organization's continuing education (CE) credit(s) that Learnedly believes the course satisfies.

This CE activity has been approved by FP Canada as meeting the minimum requirements for CE
Approval as outlined within the FP Canada Continuing Education Guidelines. The views and opinions
expressed in this presentation are those of the presenter / content author and do not necessarily reflect
the views of FP Canada.

CE Credits: 1.0 CE Credit Type: Professional Development

Content
  • How accommodating is your office to seniors’ needs?
  • Advisors must be empathetic, understanding when working with seniors
  • When it comes to advising seniors, it’s about preserving wealth and autonomy
  • For retirees who live to age 100, there’s good news and bad news
  • Retirement planning becomes more complex for seniors who continue working
  • Why closed-end funds make sense for retirees’ portfolios
  • Regulators up the ante on protecting aging investors
  • ‘Trusted contact person’ policy to provide much needed clarity
  • Can we get your feedback?
  • Globe Advisor Survey
  • Final Quiz
  • Final Quiz (Globe Advisor) Vulnerable and Senior Clients
  • Eplilogue
  • OSC Staff Notice 11-779 Seniors Strategy
Completion rules
  • You must complete the test "Final Quiz (Globe Advisor) Vulnerable and Senior Clients"
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever