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Sage Wealth Management

Working together to help you achieve what truly matters to you

Who We Are

At Sage Wealth Management, we strive to make the complex simple for our clients. Our goal is to provide each client with a deep and personalized wealth experience that is customized to their distinct needs and objectives. We work with high-net-worth families, professionals, business owners and foundations throughout the Metro Vancouver region to help them achieve their visions of success. We want our clients to not only profit from our relationship but to enjoy it and feel confident after every interaction. We believe that with trust and understanding comes confidence and comfort.

What We Offer

When you work with us, you will be working with a team of wealth specialists who together will help to provide a comprehensive suite of wealth management services. From investment professionals with 27 years of combined industry experience, to a network of colleagues offering tax, estate, and high-net-worth planning strategies. By utilizing this collaborative approach we are able to provide our clients with a unique wealth strategy tailored to their own individual needs.

Our Investment Approach

Our approach always begins with listening to our clients and discovering their wants, needs, and views towards risk. Only then can we begin to design strategies to help our clients protect, grow, and simplify their investments and financial picture. We build and manage portfolios to meet a specific set of criteria:

  • To help meet the personal goals and future needs of clients
  • Effectively diversify across all asset classes
  • Provide income without taking excess risk
  • Earn tax efficient returns
  • Invest only in companies we understand with fair valuations
  • Reduce the impact of market volatility by better managing risk
  • Offer new sources of return that are less reliant on the direction of equity markets

Sage Wealth Management is part of TD Wealth Private Investment Advice, a division of TD Waterhouse Canada Inc. which is a subsidiary of The Toronto-Dominion Bank.


Toll Free: (888) 668-9966
Branch Office: (604) 482-8400
Branch Fax: (604) 482-8427

Helping you achieve your vision of success

Your success can’t be understood with just a set of numbers. That's why our discovery process harnesses the cutting-edge field of behavioural finance, which we use to understand your Wealth Personality and what influences your decisions – including your financial blind spots. Even the savviest of investors can benefit from knowing their financial blind spots and how they may affect their wealth decisions. Common financial blind spots include:
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Meet The Team


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Market Commentary

Build your understanding of investment concepts and stay current with ongoing market trends. Choose from a variety of helpful daily, monthly, and quarterly newsletters and resources.

U.S. economy: Signs of resilience help to ease recession worries

While markets brace for a possible U.S. recession, there are signs of optimism. Thomas Feltmate, Senior Economist at TD, tells Greg Bonnell that resilience in both employment and consumer spending may be indication of a less gloomy outlook than previously expected.

New real estate changes for 2023: what they might mean for you

If you're buying, selling or renovating a home this year, there are two real estate tax changes you should know about: a new anti-flipping tax and the multigenerational home renovation tax credit. Julie Seberras, Senior Manager of Wealth Planning Support with TD Wealth, joins Kim Parlee to dig into the details and why they may matter to you.

TD Economics

The analysis covers the globe, with emphasis on Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia

Monthly Perspectives: Institution Evolution

If you’re looking for proof of resilience and adaptability in the face of historic change, look no further than the TD Wealth Annual Investment Strategy Conference.

Bank of Canada hikes rates, signals more to come in fight against inflation

The Bank of Canada hikes interest rates to 0.50%, the first increase since 2018, as it warns about higher inflation and a “major new source of uncertainty” related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Anthony Okolie speaks with James Orlando, Senior Economist, TD Bank, about the central bank’s efforts to tame rising prices.

The 2022 MoneyTalk tax checklist

While it may not be a cause for celebration, any signs of normalcy - even doing our taxes - could be welcome given the uncertainty we’ve experienced in recent months. Here’s a quick guide that we hope will help you as you prepare to file.

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