TD Bank says Canada is in a recession, rate cut likely
Government forecasters have underestimated the impact of the oil price decline on the Canadian economy, bank says.
READ the story here: Canada in recession, rate cut likely: TD | Toronto Star
Mortgage Brokering in Ontario
Mortgage brokering in Ontario is regulated by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) and requires a license. To obtain a license you must first pass an accredited course. The Real Estate and Mortgage Institute of Canada Inc. (REMIC) is accredited by FSCO to provide the course. For more information please visit us at www.remic.ca/getlicensed or call us at 877-447-3642
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In the industry’s mortgage brokering sector he is a licensed mortgage broker and has been a partner at a successful mortgage brokerage, principal broker at a commercial brokerage, and owner of his own boutique brokerage.
As an educator, Mr. White has been educating the mortgage industry for over 13 years and is currently President of the Real Estate and Mortgage Institute of Canada Inc. (REMIC). Mr. White has written two textbooks used in the mortgage industry and by over 20 Ontario colleges, as well as several business focused e-books. He has instructed over twelve thousand students and in 2003 won the Excellence Award for teaching and leadership excellence at Seneca College.
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