Tod Woodward started with Investors Group (IG), as a Consultant, in 1992. Three years later, he was promoted to Division Director. In 2009 he was promoted again, this time to Regional Director. In the fall of 2019, his career came full circle when he left the executive team and returned to his roots – directing 100% of his time and energy to working with clients and to helping them build, protect, and manage their wealth.
The parentsofCERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER (CFP®), Andy Glavac, came to Canada in 1955 and settled in Welland, ON. “My mom was a housekeeper for a number of prominent people. Because she was very astute, she mirrored her clients, and did what they did to be financially successful, including buying income properties.”
“I like to joke that my mom was my first financial planner and a Beatles movie my first financial lesson. The year was 1964 and I was 8...
In his book Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcolm Gladwell says, “Working really hard is what successful people do…” Gladwell goes on to say that greatness requires an enormous investment of time - think the 10,000-Hour Rule popularized by Anders Ericsson - and those that do it right will be well rewarded. John Hamilton, the Founder and Senior Advisor of Financial Horizons attributes his work ethic to his roots – he was born and raised on a dairy farm.
John, his two older brothers, and younger sister, all had their chores to do before walking a mile and...
WES ASHTON, CIM, FCSI HARBOURFRONT WEALTH MANAGEMENT INC, VANCOUVER
Harbourfront Wealth Management (Harbourfront), a boutique wealth management company founded by Wes Ashton and Daniel Popescu in 2013, was created to provide specialized wealth management strategies to sophisticated investors and high net worth individuals and their families.
There is one clear advantage to working with a boutique wealth advisory firm like Harbourfront - their advisors are focused on building relationships and creating client-tailored value as opposed to only achieving corporate objectives and building shareholder value.
Ayn Rand, novelist and philosopher, once said, “The question is not who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” The real estate field was
a natural fit for Julie Gofman, an ambitious, stay- at-home mom who wanted a career that allowed her the freedom to spend quality time with her children.
Since she entered the industry more than two decades ago, no one and nothing have stopped Julie from getting the highest offers for her sellers or from finding the perfect homes for her buyers. A long list of satisfied clients provide a compelling testimonial to the veracity of her approach and experience.