Canadian Securities Exchange Welcomes BMO InvestorLine
CANADIAN SECURITIES EXCHANGE Welcomes BMO InvestorLine
TORONTO, April 23, 2015 – The Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) today announced it has partnered with BMO InvestorLine to offer its Self-Directed clients real-time quotes and direct online trading access to CSE-listed securities.
More than 280 companies are now listed on the CSE. These companies offer Self-Directed investors the opportunity to participate in growing and innovative businesses. Improving access to these investments is a key objective for the exchange.
“As one of Canada’s largest online brokers, BMO InvestorLine is an extremely important part of the investment community,” said Richard Carleton, CSE CEO. “BMO InvestorLine’s provision of CSE client online trading and market information services marks an important milestone in our efforts to increase visibility and access to the exchange. On behalf of our listed companies and their investors, we welcome BMO InvestorLine to the CSE.”
“The capability to trade on the CSE provides a valuable opportunity for clients to invest in emerging Canadian companies,” said Julie Barker-Merz, President, BMO InvestorLine. “This new partnership coupled with the recent enhancements to our BMO Market Pro platform is just another example of BMO InvestorLine’s continuous commitment to enhancing the trading experience for our clients by providing Canadian investors with convenient access to a diverse range of investment choices.”
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About BMO InvestorLine
BMO InvestorLine is an online investing service that provides clients with two ways to invest online. Clients can choose from BMO InvestorLine's top ranked Self-Directed service that provides tools to help investors make independent decisions on how to invest. BMO InvestorLine's other service, adviceDirect™ provides investors with online advice and investment recommendations for their portfolios. Clients have access to trading, quotes and account information 24 hours a day through a website. BMO InvestorLine also provides users with third party research, along with leading edge tools that are informative and easy to use. As an all-in-one investment source, it is a constantly evolving, cost-efficient platform that is fully compatible with tablets.
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An adviceDirect account is a non-discretionary fee based account which offers investment recommendations. adviceDirect does not provide portfolio management by a portfolio manager. The client makes their own investment decisions and manages their own investment portfolio. adviceDirect does not offer discretionary, managed accounts.
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About the Canadian Securities Exchange:
The Canadian Securities Exchange is the only exchange in Canada providing trading and market information services for all domestically listed instruments. Recognized as an exchange by the Ontario Securities Commission in 2004, the CSE is designed to facilitate the capital formation process for public companies through a streamlined approach to company regulation that emphasizes disclosure and the provision of efficient secondary market trading services for investors. The exchange is home to more than 280 issues covering a broad range of industry sectors.