May 5, 2021

9. Inclusive Investing: Respecting the Rights of Vulnerable Investors through Supported Decision-Making

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April 11, 2017

Vulnerable Investor Protective Action and Legal Safe Harbour Project

Overview FAIR Canada and the Canadian Centre for Elder Law engaged in a joint one-year project funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario regarding the interplay of investment securities, elder financial abuse, mental capacity and good faith third party notifications. The project considered the development of a conduct protocol and Read more…

December 12, 2016

Inclusive Investing: Respecting the Rights of Vulnerable Investors through Supported Decision Making

Overview Over the years, the CCEL has led a number of projects on mental capacity, decision-making rights, and related barriers to access to justice faced by people living with dementia and other disabilities. The Inclusive Investing Project was developed to explore capacity and supported decision-making in the investment context. The Read more…

May 27, 2021

A closer look at the Report on Pension Division: Locked-in retirement accounts and life income funds

This post is part of a series highlighting key recommendations in the Report on Pension Division: A Review of Part 6 of the Family Law Act. For other posts in the series click here. Brief description of the issue Since the advent of the Family Law Act, case law has consistently Read more…

May 13, 2021

A closer look at the Report on Pension Division: Private annuities

This post is part of a series highlighting key recommendations in the Report on Pension Division: A Review of Part 6 of the Family Law Act. For other posts in the series click here. Brief description of the issue When the Family Law Act was enacted, a new provision was added Read more…