Currently, Canadian low-risk investors can buy GICs, which have relatively low default risk and volatility. If you would like the newest information on the annual yields of GICs, please contact our investment advisors. For reference, as of May 2018 the rates for 2-year GICs average at 2.15%, and 5-year average at 2.5%. We also offer principal protected equity and fixed income investments.

GF Securities (Canada) commits to offer a comprehensive range of financial investment solutions based on clients’ suitability and specific demand. In addition to stocks in North America and China, we also provide bonds, ETFs, financial derivatives, RIETs, mutual funds, hedge funds and many other financial products.

  • New issue: A company issues securities from its own treasury to raise equity capital in the marketplace. If the company is issuing securities for the first time, this is called an “Initial Public Offering”.
  • Bought deal:In the conventional underwriting, the underwriter sells securities of an issuer to the public. In a bought deal, a bought deal underwriter commits to buy a specific number of securities at a set price and then resells those securities to the public.