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Brion Fahey

Portfolio ManagerInvestment Advisor

  • CIM®
  • FCSI®
  • B Comm.

Sound investment advice built to help weather all market conditions

Brion Fahey is a Portfolio Manager and Senior Investment Advisor at TD Wealth Private Investment Advice. Brion has over 25 years of financial industry related experience; many of those years have been spent working with individuals, families and businesses one client at a time. He takes a holistic approach; TD Wealth has many resources to help you meet your wealth investment plan.

Brion values ongoing learning, he holds the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®) and the Fellow of Canadian Securities Institute (FCSI®) designations. He also holds the Chartered Life Underwriter® (CLU®) designation as a Life Insurance Advisor at TD Wealth Insurance Services.

As a Portfolio Manager, Brion provides individually tailored financial solutions for affluent individuals who have in excess of $1,000,000 of investable family assets. Brion believes every person is unique and meets with every prospective client to determine their time horizon, investment objectives and risk tolerance level. This information is used to develop a custom investment plan to help my clients meet their wealth goals.  



Brion is a life long resident of Ottawa. He graduated from Carleton University with an Honours Degree in Business.  He has been married for over twenty-five years to his wife, Lori and they have four children, two of which also graduated from Carleton University.



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