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Debbie Hudson

Vice PresidentInvestment AdvisorPortfolio Manager

  • CIM®
  • CFP®

Wealth management that evolves as your needs, priorities and circumstances change over time

Debbie Hudson believes she has distinguished herself as an advisor with a gift for making people feel comfortable and empowered financially. She is truly committed to putting her clients first in every possible aspect.. Debbie’s credentials include the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®) and Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designations and completion of the Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Course with the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts. She is also a Portfolio Manager, qualified to perform discretionary investment services. This frees her clients from having to make daily investment decisions and brings them many other advantages.

ADDITIONAL CONTACT

Toll Free: (888) 317-7526
Fax: (705) 435-2553
Branch Office: (705) 435-1865
Branch Fax: (705) 435-2553

LANGUAGES

English





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