Inclusive Investing: Respecting the Rights of Vulnerable Investors through Supported Decision Making

This project examines how vulnerable investors are using supported decision making in their lives. It will focus on decision making during the investment process to maximize an investor’s access to investment options while minimizing the loss of autonomy.

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financial abuse, elder abuse, undue influence, supported decision making, investing, registered disability savings plan (RDSP), disability tax credit (DTC), capacity, investment, disability supports, law reform, British Columbia, Ontario