What have we done to make our clients lives better today?

 

Helping you live for today and plan for a bright future

 
Enriching and preserving our clients’ assets.
We do this on your terms in ways that allow you to live for today confident that your future is on track.

Minimizing risk, maximizing opportunities.Our portfolios are primarily composed of high-quality, proven securities, safeguarded by multiple risk-management measures.

Listening, learning and executing. Taking the time to know you means that we are fully prepared keep your financial plans on track when changes occur, such as the birth of a child, a career change or selling a business.

Teaming up to simplify your life. We seamlessly integrate investments, taxes, education savings, estate planning and insurance into your wealth management plan.

Joel Kruzich identifies the mix of investments and financial services best suited to meet your needs today and in the future.

Danielle Kee oversees business operations and keeps track of all the details that add up to excellent client service.

Conversations on wealth: Podcast

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Podcast

 

Conversations on Wealth is a podcast series dedicated to helping Canadians navigate the complexities of wealth through a multi-dimensional approach to planning and wealth management.

Listen to the lastest episodes here.

 

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Market research
Insights 

 

Get the latest market insights and trends from our internal research experts.

Market Ethos

20 September 2022
The stock-bond correlation: it’s not always simple
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13 September 2022
Making ‘cents’ of currency uncertainty
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Investor Strategy

September 2022
Summer sizzle fizzle
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Tax & Estate Planning
Strategies 

 

Learn about strategies to help protect and enhance your wealth from our Tax & Estate Planning professionals.


The emotional side of selling your business

While selling your business may make logical sense, as the sale gets closer you may experience unexpected feelings like regret, uncertainty and second-guessing. Working with a financial advisor and considering our four tips will help you anticipate seller’s remorse, rather than having to deal with it after the fact.

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