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RSM Canada joins the Investment Funds Institute of Canada

RSM Canada LLP has joined the Investment Funds Institute of Canada (IFIC). RSM Canada is a member of RSM International. IFIC is the voice of Canada’s investment funds industry, bringing together around 150 organizations, including fund managers, distributors and industry service organizations.

“On behalf of our board and membership, I am delighted to welcome RSM Canada to IFIC,” said IFIC president and CEO Paul C. Bourque. “With its focus on developing professional services to meet their clients' evolving needs in today’s ever-changing business environment, I am certain the firm will provide valuable input as IFIC seeks to adapt to the major trends that will shape the future of the industry.”

“As the voice of the investment funds industry, IFIC’s position in the market aligns with RSM’s growing commitment to servicing financial services companies,” said RSM Canada partner Mike Zenteno. “Our membership allows us to be part of the industry dialogue and keep abreast of public policy decisions; all of which are insights that will help our clients navigate an increasingly complex regulatory environment.”

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