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Wade Burmister

  • CIWM
  • CFP®
  • CIM®

Wealth management that evolves as your needs, priorities and circumstances change over time

Wade brings eight years of industry experience. He assists Rod with our clients and focuses on serving the needs of the next generation. Wade holds an Advanced Diploma in Financial Services from Centennial College and a diploma in Financial Planning from the Canadian Institute of Financial Planning. He is also a Life Insurance Advisor with TD Wealth Insurance Services. Wade has earned the Certified Financial Planner, Chartered Investment Manager, Certified International Wealth Manager and Registered Retirement Consultant designations and has completed numerous industry courses. He is also well versed in the many considerations involved in estate planning strategies.

Outside of work, Wade is usually studying – he has spent the last eight years advancing his career and always has at least one continuing education course on the go. Wade and his wife have a young son and enjoy spending time outdoors to garden, swim, walk, fish, hunt, and camp. 

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Branch Office: (705) 726-3353
Branch Fax: (705) 726-3474

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