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Paul Lane

Senior Investment Advisor

  • B.Comm.
  • CFP®

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Paul R. Lane, B.Comm., CFP Investment Advisor. Born and raised in Sarnia, Ontario, Paul and his wife Kelly have two children, Matthew and Adam. Paul graduated from Laurentian University with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree in 1982. In 1988, he obtained the original Chartered Financial Planner (C.F.P.) designation, followed by the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation in 1997. Paul’s extensive experience in the financial planning industry started in October 1982 when he joined one of Canada’s largest financial planning companies.  His experience included working both in Sarnia and Toronto. Paul joined a Bank owned investment firm in 2002 and TD Wealth, Private Investment Advice in 2006.


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Paul’s team is made up of Matthew Lane who joined TD Wealth in February of 2018 and Debbie McCallum who joined the team in August of 2021. The team’s Mission is to provide clients with sound investment and financial planning advice while adhering to the core values of honesty, integrity and family. Our vision is to assist families in navigating the complex landscape of financial, tax, and estate planning services. We take a holistic approach to your financial affairs based upon a comprehensive analysis of your individual situation; matching your goals and investment time horizons to the appropriate investment vehicles. Our overall emphasis with our clients is building a flexible wealth plan that is reviewed regularly to meet your goals. We put and emphasis on tax and estate planning when building your plan on how to strategically manage your wealth.

Paul is passionate about volunteering and has spent countless hours volunteering with travel hockey and is currently involved with the Sarnia Golf and Curling Club’s Charity Pro-Am. Paul is presently on the Board of the St. Joseph's Hospice, Sarnia/Lambton. Outside of the office Paul enjoys time with the family, golf and is a car enthusiast.


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ADDITIONAL CONTACT

Toll Free: (800) 229-1965
Fax: (519) 383-8281
Branch Office: (800) 229-1965
Branch Fax: (519) 383-8281

LANGUAGES

English

EDUCATION

Laurentian University

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