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Louise Fry

Senior Investment Advisor

  • FEA
  • PFP®

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

Louise is one of three advisors on the Bayswater Group*.

Louise's passion for client engagement is unparalleled.  She is a curious and intuitive advisor; two strengths she leans on to facilitate robust planning discussions and to pull all the pieces together for clients.  Her attention to detail, effective listening skills, plus the rare gift of fluency in Cantonese, French and Japanese, enables Louise to work collaboratively with clients and their network of professionals.

Louise graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1994 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, and holds the Family Enterprise Advisor® (FEA®) designation.

Louise is regularly engaged with various community initiatives.  Currently, she mentors several younger professionals both within and outside of the TD network.  Louise is also a member of the Women of Wealth (Pacific Region) and Female Advisor Council (national) communities at TD. 

A proud wife and mother, Louise lives in Steveston with her husband, Joe, and their two active children. Away from the office, you can usually find Louise at the hockey rink, at home entertaining friends and family, or out on the town enjoying the Vancouver food scene.

*Bayswater 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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ADDITIONAL CONTACT

Branch Office: (604) 482-8400
Branch Fax: (604) 482-8427

LANGUAGES

Cantonese, French

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, Sharing Farm, Richmond Jets Minor Hockey, BC Kodiaks Hockey, Women in Leadership Committee (TD), Women of Wealth Committee (TD)

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