Russell J. Chew
After over 25 years in the business, Russell still wakes up every day with passion and purpose. He quarterbacks the planning and execution of his client's VSI Wealth Plans and draws on his tax planning background from his time spent working at a top tier international accounting firm so that his clients can live the life that they envision. As a portfolio manager, he also oversees the construction and execution of his client's investment strategies.
Russell graduated from the University of British Columbia with a business degree in Finance. He has always had a deep fascination with investments and the stock market and is always learning more each and every day. Russell holds the following designations: Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Financial Planner (CPF), Certified Investment Manager (CIM), a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute (FCSI) and a Certified International Wealth Manager ( CIWM ) which is the highest designation for Integrated Wealth Management Planning from the Canadian Securities Institute. He is also a Life Insurance Advisor through TD Wealth Insurance Services. Russell has been providing financial services to his clients since 1989.
Russell is a fourth generation Vancouverite. His great grandfather came to Vancouver in the late 1800's to help build Canada's national railway. Every Saturday morning, Russell enjoys playing ball hockey with his old high school and university friends and he stays fit by visiting his trainer twice a week. Russell periodically still enjoys playing the keyboard with his old band and enjoys new experiences and travelling with his wife and 10 year old daughter
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