Scotiabank announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Jarislowsky, Fraser Limited, one of Canada's leading independent investment firms.
Jarislowsky Fraser has entered into an agreement in principle to be acquired by Scotiabank. Transaction creates the third‐largest active asset manager in Canada.
Jarislowsky Fraser is proud to be one of the inaugural signatories of the Declaration of Institutional Investors on Climate-Related Financial Risks.
Chris Kresic, CFA took part in a Bloomberg conference on the outlook for Canadian fixed income markets.
A prestigious nomination for Stephen Jarislowsky
The new UBC Sustainable Future Pool will invest in select Jarislowsky Fraser Fossil Fuel Free Funds.
Jarislowsky Fraser appoints independent chairman and directors, ensures continuity and reflects firm’s commitment to good corporate governance
The 'Science' and 'Art' of High Quality Investing was recently named by Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute (IRRCi) as top practioner research paper. The paper was co-authored by Dan Hanson.
Watch Chris Kresic on BNN for his perspectives on the global economy and fixed income investment strategies.
Jarislowsky, Fraser Limited becomes Associate member of the Responsible Investment Association (RIA).
A discussion on the issues at play in today's markets.
The Jarislowsky Foundation and Carleton University recently announced the creation of a $4-million endowment for a new Chair in Water and Global Health.
For the second consecutive year, the JF Select Balanced Fund was awarded the distinction.
Sophie Palmer, CFA, Partner and Portfolio Manager, Private Clients, was appointed President of CFA Montréal.
Two Jarislowsky Fraser Select mutual funds, the Select Income Fund and the Select Balanced Fund, received the 2014 FundGrade A+ Rating.
We are marking the founding of our firm almost 60 years ago with a renewed site to better serve all our clients, in Canada and globally.
Stephen Jarislowsky and Claude Lamoureux received the Peter Dey Award for excellence in governance by the Canadian Society of Corporate Secretaries (CSCS).