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Michael Smith

Investment Advisor

"Working together to help you achieve what truly matters to you"

Michael graduated with a business degree from theUniversityofRegina(B. Admin.) in 1993. He has been advising high-net-worth clients in the strategic management of their investments for more than 20 years.  Over time, Michael has learned that a goal-oriented approach to wealth management works best for most investors, who often share similar financial goals of creating a lasting retirement income, financially assisting children or grandchildren, minimizing taxes, planning to transition assets through their estate, and perhaps leaving a legacy through a contribution to charity.

Michael and his wife Colleen have two daughters. Outside the workplace, Michael enjoys spending time coaching his daughters’ sports teams as well as playing hockey, golfing and skiing. 


Fax: (403) 299-7984
Branch Office: (403) 299-8600
Branch Fax: (403) 299-7984

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