Our investment management is guided by a disciplined approach
IG Wealth Management is committed to engaging high-quality global asset managers from all over the world and making them available to our clients, so they can confidently pursue their goals and secure their financial well being. Each manager is selected and monitored through a rigorous selection process.
Long-standing partnerships provide superior risk-adjusted returns
- Access the best ideas and the brightest talents from around the world
- Take advantage of niche solutions to complement investment programs
- Select the asset managers most likely to succeed
- Identify and deal with performance factors early on
Our global asset manager selection process produces a high level of diversification
We select skilled global asset managers with varied processes, each in their own area of expertise, to deliver diversification and exposure to a wealth of opportunities.
To ensure you have the best investment management available to you, we have ongoing due diligence and proactive monitoring in place
- Ongoing Global Market Assessment
- Monthly Sub-Advisor Analysis
- Quarterly Compliance Audit
- Quarterly Performance Review
- Annual Assessment and Site Visit
IG Investments Leadership Team
We offer a wide range of brokerage investment products*
We offer a range of brokerage investment products in both Canadian and U.S. currencies, for maximum flexibility in your financial plan.
- Stocks – common and preferred (listed on major North American stock exchanges)
- Guaranteed investment certificates (GICs)
- Strip bonds (corporate and government)
- Bankers’ acceptance and commercial paper
- Bonds and debentures (federal, provincial and corporate)
- Government of Canada treasury bills
- U.S. denominated bonds and treasury bills
*offered through Investors Group Securities Inc.
Long-Term Investing Wins
Time in the market, not timing the market, is what builds wealth
Pumped up GICS®
Upcoming changes to the GICS system promise to shake up strategies and methodologies of investors large and small. Some of the changes could make mutual funds and ETFs that have been market darlings significantly less attractive to investors.