The National | Nov 22, 2012 | 2:39

Fund firm named and shamed

The CBC's Aaron Saltzman with the story of a Hamilton couple who were swindled by their financial advisor, but regulators are powerless to do anything about it besides publicly shaming the company into paying them compensation.

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