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Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc. (DFS Investments) is a corporate body separate and apart from Desjardins Insurance*.
DFS Investments is a Mutual Fund dealer registered in every Canadian province and territory and an exempt market dealer registered in Quebec. It is also registered in every Canadian province and territory for the distribution of insurance products. DFS Investments' advisors may be qualified to provide advice on mutual funds, exempt market products and other investments products, among other things. In Quebec, DFS Investments is also registered as a restricted dealer, a group insurance of persons and financial planning firm.
Unless otherwise indicated, investments in products distributed by DFS Investments are not insured, in whole or in part, by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation or by another public deposit insurance fund, as the case may be, nor are they guaranteed, in whole or in part, by Desjardins Insurance*, and their value is subject to market fluctuations.
Note: * Desjardins Insurance refers to Desjardins Financial Security Life Assurance Company, a provider of life and health insurance and retirement savings products.
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