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Joshua Borger

Senior Investment AdvisorSenior Portfolio Manager

  • FCSI®
  • CIM®

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Joshua Borger,  FCSI® CIM®
Senior Portfolio Manager and Senior Investment Advisor

Joshua Borger is Senior Portfolio Manager and Senior Investment Advisor for TD Wealth Private Investment Advice and head of Borger Griffiths Wealth Management. He is a member of the
Fellow of Canadian Securities Institute (FSCI®) and has over 37 years of financial and investment experience, most of which have been spent in Alberta.

As head of Borger Griffiths Wealth Management, Joshua draws upon his over three decades of extensive financial experience and industry knowledge to provide financial advice to his clients.

Prior to his current role, Joshua held several positions within TD Wealth including, Vice President and Managing Director of Calgary’s Private Client Services Team, National Manager for
TD Wealth Private Banking at head office in Toronto, and Branch Manager of a highly successful commercial banking centre in Calgary.

As a native Calgarian and graduate of the University of Calgary, with a Bachelor’s of Commerce, Joshua has remained an active member of the Calgary business community.

Joshua founded the South Calgary Business Association and served as a Director on the Board of the North East Calgary Business Association.

Joshua has participated in several fund-raising initiatives and organizations in Calgary, including the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer, Wood’s Homes Foundation, Children’s Miracle Network
telethon, and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

When Joshua isn’t at the office, he enjoys time with his family and being outside the city, hiking, skiing and mountain biking.


Toll Free: (877) 393-4800
Fax: (403) 503-4820
Branch Office: (403) 299-8600
Branch Fax: (403) 299-7984



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Joshua Borger is a member of Borger Griffiths Wealth Management.

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Borger Griffiths Wealth Management is a part of TD Wealth Private Investment Advice, a division of TD Waterhouse Canada Inc. which is a subsidiary of The Toronto-Dominion Bank.

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