When he reflects on a satisfying, successful 30-year career — so far — in financial services, Darren Alexander knows a grade report coming too late in the mail was the best thing that ever happened.
“I was originally going to go to a major Canadian University on a soccer scholarship,” he explains. But it was 1989, in the days before the internet. He “had to wait for the results to come over in the mail” from Bilborough College in Not...
The first thing that strikes you about Janet Pringle is her passion about being a Financial Advisor.
“I love being able to work with people to help solve what they interpret as a financial hurdle,” she says. “I’ve been doing this for 24 years now and I’ve seen the benefit of what having a financial plan can do. So to be able to map out a plan, make it very simple and have people come back and say, ‘Thank goodness you tau...
Mike Treurniet likes to call what he does, “the non-egotistical method of investing” for his clients.
It fits his style and his nature. Rather soft spoken, he doesn’t believe in tooting his own horn. It’s just not his way. Even talking about himself for a magazine profile — for the first time, at that — makes him a bit uncomfortable. But as we ease into the conversation, he finds his way into a new comfort zone — mostly.
The summer of 2019 has seen Travis Forman experiencing the hottest stage of his career and life. And it has nothing to do with the weather or climate change
He’s a new father; he’s the senior vice-president of an ever-growing wealth management practice; and he oversees an alternative investments private debt real estate pool that’s “grown to just under $300 million in 15 months, which is fantastic.”