I graduated from McMaster University with a bachelor’s degree in arts and a bachelor’s degree in physical education. I then completed my bachelor’s degree in education and began my career as a secondary school teacher. My primary focus was on physical education and mathematics where I enjoyed my years of leading young minds and spirits. After 18 years of teaching, I decided to leave my role of educating youth and move into the field of finance, where I still enjoy teaching people about investments, the markets and the importance of saving for their future. I obtained my CFP designation in January 2001, my CLU (Chartered Life Underwriter) in 2004 and my CDFA (Certified Divorce Financial Analyst) in 2004. As a strong believer in the power of education, I continuously attend courses and conferences to stay informed on events happening in the world, with the markets and the impact this has on my client’s financial future.Contact me
Mutual funds are based on a simple principle : pooling your money with that of many other investors in order to offer you access to global markets and a large selection of investments, as well as the flexibility to invest whatever you want, whenever you want.