Manulife Securities Investment Services Inc.

Products and Services

Manulife Securities Investment Services Inc. provides clients with a comprehensive suite of investment products and services designed to address a wide range of financial needs. Clients can select from a broad spectrum of quality investment products and services.

Manulife Securities Investment Services Inc. is a mutual fund dealer and a member of the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada and is registered with the Autorite des marches Financiers (AMF) in the province of Quebec.

Products and services include:

  • Mutual funds
  • Self-directed plans
  • Group RRSPs
  • Fee-based wrap program
  • Monthly savings plans
  • Systematic withdrawal plans
  • Money products: daily interest accounts, GICs, RRSPs, RRIFs, and LIFs
  • Pension plans: group retirement plans, registered pension plans, deferred profit sharing plans and registered sharing plans
  • Banking and mortgage products (on referral basis)
  • Other specialty plans
  • Telephone and online banking

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