Lorraine Mah

Lorraine Mah
Lorraine Mah

Assistant Branch Manager

Senior Investment Advisor



Rational. Rigorous. Responsive. Wealth management geared to help deliver results.



(780) 408-6281

Office Location

10088 - 102 Avenue NW Suite 2400 Edmonton, AB T5J 2Z1. map

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Born and raised in Edson, Lorraine has worked with the TD Bank Group for most of her professional life. During her career, Lorraine has worked successively as a customer service representative, a financial services representative, a business development manager, and an investment advisor.

Her focus, always, is in making a positive difference to her clients' financial health and working with each one of them – closely and personally – to achieve it. Lorraine’s clients frequently mention that one of the reasons they like working with her is because she is able to distil complex financial and investment issues into simple ideas and language they can easily understand.

A graduate of the University of Alberta (BA Psychology), Lorraine has also completed a Human Resources Management program. In addition to earning her FCSI (Fellowship of the Canadian Securities Institute) designation, Lorraine has also earned the CIM (Canadian Investment Manager) designation.

Committed to the professional advancement of women, Lorraine co-leads the Women in Leadership program for the TD Wealth Private Investment Advice (Prairie Region), and she is both a member of the Women in Leadership program in the Edmonton area and of the “One TD” internal business initiative. Lorraine is the Assistant Branch Manager at the Edmonton office of TD Wealth.

In her spare time, Lorraine enjoys spending time with her family and friends and pursuing her personal fitness goals.

She is an avid gardener, foodie, enjoys travel, and supports senior lifestyle initiatives.


Toll Free

1(855) 837-3781


(780) 448-8962

Branch Phone

(780) 448-8280

Branch Fax

(780) 448-8962







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