TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 24, 2012) -
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Consumers and investors are more savvy and demanding than ever before and with social media and Internet technologies growing so fast financial companies will have to move to a new platform of service where customers talk, have their say and can easily convince others about products, services and reputations.
The mutual fund industry is worth over 802 billion dollars, a big amount of money and assets under administration that amounts to the hard earned wealth of individuals and companies in Canada. Mutual Funds Canada has created many important and meaningful products and services for the mutual fund industry, companies, dealers and individuals.
Creators of The Mutual Fund Guide - The Mutual Fund Book and The Mutual Funds Course and other important made for FUNDCO products now launch the online Mutual Funds Newsletter.
The Mutual Funds Newsletter focuses on Canadian Mutual Funds and Canadian Mutual Fund Companies only - The Top Ten is a regular feature and carefully reviews the top 10 funds in each of the 53 mutual fund categories and the best of the 10 asset classes including the top 10 funds overall ranked over the last 3 months trending. What could be easier than the most important, efficient and helpful investor - advisor tool available in mutual funds and Canadian portfolio design?
The Mutual Fund Review is part of the electronic Mutual Funds Newsletter and demonstrates the most extensive real time information for mutual fund flow by asset class and mutual fund category making this an important and unprecedented money making, saving and preserving system by virtue of insight, advice and action.
Get the news, information, data, research and analysis from insider pros and independent industry specialists. The Mutual Fund Newsletter is designed for both investors and advisors as an important decision making tool with a growing interest with mutual fund managers, money management companies and pension funds.
Mutual Fund Companies can now engage their target audience with both investors and advisors by teaming up with Mutual Fund Dealers in a win-win Mutual Fund co-operative marketing and advertising program with the cost is only half the price in a natural and mutually beneficial collaboration. Rule 81-105 allows for and encourages the co-operation and collaboration in many areas of financial literacy and especially in the promotion of mutual fund(s) by allowing cost sharing between mutual fund companies and mutual fund dealers for the strict purpose of education and sales. Mutual Fund Company and any Mutual Fund Dealer get 50 per cent off their marketing costs to attract and retain the essential target market of investors, advisors and consumers en masse.
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