Ida Khajadourian named by Wealth Professional as 5-Star Leading Woman in Wealth.

We are excited to announce that Ida Khajadourian has been named as Wealth Professionals' Five Star Leading Woman in Wealth.

This inaugural award spotlights female trailblazers in the industry, ground-breaking women of influence who have been making their voices heard.

The Leading Women in Wealth Award was based on peer and client feedback in the following key areas: professional accomplishments over the last five years, demonstrated promotion, influence and championing women within the industry, and other awards and accolades.

 

Full details can be found here.

 

 

Ida Khajadourian Named to Five Star Advisor List

We are pleased to announce that Ida Khajadourian has been named to the Wealth Professional's Five Star Advisor List. This recognition celebrates Canada's top advisors for demonstrated excellence in the investment industry. This is the highest form of recognition an advisor can receive as it comes directly from client feedback.

 

Five Star Advisors' recognition was based on investors rating their advisor in six key areas: communication, portfolio performance, product knowledge, client trust, client knowledge and customer service. 

 

Additional details can be found here.

Conversations on Wealth podcast featuring Ida Khajadourian - Women Redefining Wealth Management

The conversation around wealth for women has prompted many Richardson Wealth Advisors to adapt to changing goals and expectations. Overall, more women are demanding a greater involvement in these conversations and can benefit from a partnership with an Advisor that can better support their needs.

In this episode, Sarah Widmeyer hosts a panel discussion about how women are redefining wealth with three incredible Richardson Wealth Investment Advisors including Ida Khajadourian.

 

 

Ida Khajadourian featured in The Globe and Mail - Limited Opportunities for Investors to Tap Into Surging Venture Capital Market

It’s been a banner year thus far for venture capital in Canada as technology startups have raised a whopping $7-billion in the first half of 2021. So, what’s driving this hot venture capital market? And can the average investor get a piece of it?

 

Click here to read the article as Ida discusses venture capital and its role in her practice.

Ida Khajadourian featured in the Financial Post - Sixty, female and suddenly single - now what? How to navigate boomer divorce

Facing divorce in your later years can come as a horrible shock, especially if you relied on your husband to run the money. That's why it's important to have a financial advisor who understands your perspective and is on your side.

 

Ida lends her expertise on the matter in this article for the Financial Post. If you find yourself un-tying the knot in your silver years, this may help you navigate your new course.

Ida Khajadourian discusses short selling at 2021 CAASA Wealth Managers Forum

With over 20 years of expertise in alternative investments, Ida was recently invited to speak at the 2021 Canadian Association of Alternative Strategies and Assets Wealth Managers Forum. Featuring a moderated interview alongside Daniel Dorenbush and James Burron, they discuss what short-selling is, the mechanics behind the shorting process, how it affects portfolio returns and pertinent risks.
 

Click here to watch the full discussion.

Ida Khajadourian wins Women in Finance 2019 Specialist Investor of the Year Award

award ceremonyIn her career of over 20 years Ida has always strived to have a positive impact on her clients and to help them achieve their objectives. She has become an expert in evolutionary portfolio construction using alternative strategies and her due diligence and risk reward-oriented approach make her stand out in the industry.
 

Click here for the full list of awards.