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Kenneth Vine

Investment Advisor

  • CFP®

Working together to help you achieve what truly matters to you

Ken has been working as an advisor in the investment and banking industry for over 15 years, working with clients to develop and implement customized, long-term, holistic financial plans to help people realize their financial dreams, whatever they may be.  Working closely with clients, he takes the time to get to know you and your goals using a detailed discovery process, where your goals, both financial and personal, are identified.  Ken can help develop and execute a financial plan that will address these goals, while considering risk, volatility and your personal circumstances.

On a personal note, Ken is married with two children.  He is very involved in family activities, which include rock climbing, skiing, swimming and biking.  He is happiest on top of a mountain looking down at unskied snow.

Vine Carter Wealth Advisory Group 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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Branch Office: (403) 299-8600
Branch Fax: (403) 299-7984

 

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