Similar but different: segregated funds and mutual funds

Chambre de la sécurité financière

At a glance, segregated funds might seem similar to mutual funds. However, once you compare these two products, you will understand how different they are.

This CE activity will provide a description of each of these funds, as well as applicable legislation, the parties involved, the kinds of protection offered, their advantages and disadvantages, relevant fees and remuneration, the documents to be delivered to clients, their distribution, and their advantages and disadvantages. As a reference tool, you’ll find these elements of comparison listed in a table.

Specific objectives

  • Hone your knowledge of each product’s features
  • Properly explain each product to your client
  • Make recommendations that fit the client’s situation while taking into account the financial, legal, and tax consequences of the product selected.

This CE course is specifically for advisors in:
  • Insurance of persons
  • Mutual funds

  • Online training activity including tool and quizzes
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Multiple-choice summative evaluation to be completed online
  • Passing mark: 60%
  • Prerequisite: none
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