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Hilary Chan

Senior Investment Advisor

  • C.F.P.
  • CIM®
  • FCSI®

Committed to understanding your needs and helping you achieve your vision of success

About Hilary 

Hilary joined TD in May 2000, starting out as an Investment Representative with TD Direct Investing (formerly, TD Waterhouse Discount Brokerage) before moving to TD Wealth Financial Planning in 2003 as a Financial Planner. In 2021, Hilary joined TD Wealth Private Investment Advice as a Senior Investment Advisor to assist affluent individuals and families to achieve their lifetime goals by creating customized investment portfolios that help preserve and create wealth. 

Hilary's goal is to create long term meaningful relationships with his clients, and be with them every step of the way. Hilary currently holds the Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Fellow of Canadian Securities Institute (FCSI®), and Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®) designations.

In his spare time Hilary enjoy playing soccer and is also a hockey fan. He hopes to witness the Oilers win another Stanley Cup one day! 

Hilary is happily married to his wife Cathy and have two energetic kids, Chloe and Hadrian, who keep them moving at all times.

Discovering and planning for what truly matters to you

Hilary provides comprehensive wealth and investment management solutions to a select group of personal and institutional clients. At TD Wealth Private Investment Advice Hilary collaborates with other TD specialists who have extensive experience working with high-net-worth and ultra-high-net-worth Canadian families and understand their distinct needs, to provide the comprehensive range of expertise that you may need. 




Branch Office: (780) 448-8280
Branch Fax: (780) 448-8962


Cantonese, English


University of Alberta


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