- How are you compensated?
Our fee structure will vary depending on the type of work we do for our clients. . Your advisor will go over his/her compensation in detail when determining your objectives. It is important to us that our clients know and understand how we get paid.
- Is there a fee for the first consultation?
No, We would like to encourage you to contact us for an initial meeting to determine if there is a fit with your needs and the scope of our services. As well, at this point, we gather important information from you pertaining to your current situation.
- What does “independent financial advice” mean?
Our company is an independent financial firm and we have no obligation to recommend any product. We feel that this enables our advisors to seek out tailored solutions for each client as they have access to the entire marketplace of products and services offered through banks, insurance, investment and trust companies that operate in Canada.
- What is a fiduciary?
Fiduciary defines a relationship where there is a high level of confidence and trust regarding the management of (in our case) money and other personal affairs. Our advisors have a fiduciary responsibility for the highest duty of care and professionalism towards our clients.
- What type of clients do you work with?
Our advisors work with a variety of clients from individuals, families and business owners in all stages of life. What we all look for are people who want to take responsibility for their financial future and see the value in professional financial advice to support them in this goal.
- Why are Financial Advisors important?
By choosing the right financial advisor; you are seeking the advice of a qualified and experienced professional in the area of financial planning, management and asset protection. Professional financial advisors can be vital to the success of your goals and objectives as they assist and coach you and your family along the way.
Visit the Canadian Financial Planning Standards Council’s website
for a list of important questions that every planner or advisor should be able to answer.