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John Fortino

Senior Investment Advisor

  • BBA (Hons)
  • CFP®

Working together to help you achieve what truly matters to you

I am a personal guide through all the financial aspects of a client’s life. I determine where they are now, where they want to go, and what the most effective way is to get there.  I do this by taking the time to understand what a client values most.

As an Investment Advisor at TD Wealth Private Investment Advice, I can collaborate with TD specialists to address the following wealth considerations: Retirement Needs, Investment Recommendations and Strategies, Family Education Needs, Security for your Family, Estate Planning, Protecting your Assets, Tax Management, Business Succession Planning, Banking and Credit Management, and Charitable Giving.


 I am in my 15th year with TD Bank Group.  I have an Honours BBA from Brock University with a Concentration in General Management.  I have been accredited with the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER certification by FP Canada.

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Branch Office: (905) 528-4220
Branch Fax: (905) 528-6897

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