I have my CFP and CLU designations with over 35 years in the financial planning industry as Senior Advisor. I work with a team of 8 (1 additional senior advisor, 2 associate advisors & 4 administrative staff)
Investment management and services are sold via our dealer "Investment Planning Counsel " and insurance product & services via PPI Advisory.
Working with families, small business owners to provide " A lifetime of informed financial decisions".
As a Financial Advisor and former teacher with over 30 years experience int the financial industry, I believe the Certified Executor Advisor designation to be of great value to my existing clients and new clients moving forward. Losing a loved one is difficult enough without all of the recent changes to the Executor's duties and responsibilities. Let me use my knowledge and experience along with my Educational background to help you.
In 1994, I traded in my hammer and saw for a new set of tools. After 10 years renovating homes, I embarked on a new career in financial planning. Renovating homes was rewarding, but I couldn't face the prospect of working through yet another cold Canadian winter. So I set off to Toronto to learn my new trade and even though the environment couldn't have been more different, the lessons I had learned in the previous decade would be a huge benefit in the years to come.
The renovations I performed always involved tearing down existing structures. Opening up walls, highlights the benefits of careful planning and prudent construction. It's easy to work on a well-built home with a solid foundation. On the flip side, I saw many examples of shoddy building that led to modifications, cost overruns and missed deadlines. The reasons for the "tear down" were different for each job (structural problems, updating to code, or simply homeowners wanting a change). The tricky part was that until you opened up the wall, you were never entirely sure what conditions you were going to face. Once you busted through the dry wall, you had passed the point of no return. (A great way to learn problem solving skills)
In one of my current roles I help our clients "tear-down" their estate plans. Whether you know it or not, you already have an estate plan in place, and chances are it is not "exactly" what you want. The good news is that we don't have to bust any drywall to fix it. How can I be so sure that your estate plan needs to be renovated?
1) Structure - some plans simply don't accomplish what YOU want
2) Updating to code - taxes and laws change over time, your plans need to adapt
3) Life - has anything changed since your last estate plan (family, finances, feelings?)
Eby Financial Group has been partnering with clients for over 25 years. We are a team of knowledgeable professionals offering customized Wealth Management Strategies and Insurance Solutions to individuals, business owners and multi-generational families.
Our clients appreciate a long-term relationship based on trust, integrity and results. We offer informed advice and work to simplify the administrative burden involved in managing finances effectively. If you would welcome more clarity than you currently have, we would be pleased to meet you.
He is a Certified Executor
Advisor (CEA) who has
worked in the financial
planning industry in
Montreal for more than 35
He is the best-selling author of The
Executor Help: How to
Settle an Estate. He also
hosts the podcast of the
For more information go to: David Edey.com
I'm working on opening a new business. My goal is to support people working through the numerous tasks required to have affairs in order in case of incapacity or death.
I'm still trying to find a name for my company and working on marketing. Educating myself is key as well.
I have been working in the financial services industry since 1991 and I am the founder of National Wealth Management. My broad and diverse background in the industry has allowed me to enjoy a rewarding career while working on financial planning situations of virtually any level of complexity.
I strongly believe that for financial planning strategies to be truly effective, a very strong relationship must exist between advisor and client, with a high level of trust on both sides. I believe that the advisor must understand the client’s goals on a deep level, share in ideas, and then through consultation with them, create solutions that will ultimately allow them to help reach their desired financial destination. I have, along with my team, experienced tremendous success, benefiting immensely from sharing best practices and supporting each other both personally and professionally.
I was born and raised in Dartmouth where I still live with my wife Elena. I am the proud father of four wonderful children. I am passionate about the outdoors, spending much of my free time traveling, sailing, and hiking with my family throughout the world. I am passionate about the arts and building a bright future for my community.
I have made it a goal of National Wealth Management to donate a minimum of one percent of average pre-tax profits to non-profit, charitable, and community organizations each year. As well, I am focused on drawing on my considerable experience and diverse background to consult with and help socially and environmentally-conscious businesses succeed.
Kevin P. Empey is an independent Certified Financial Planner ® with Investment Planning Counsel. He has been helping individuals, families, and business owners achieve their financial goals since 1999. Kevin undertakes a thorough and specialized approach to the development and implementation of comprehensive financial plans for his clients.
Prior to joining Investment Planning Counsel, Kevin was a Professional Civil Engineer in Ottawa, Ontario. He has integrated the same precision, problem-solving, and analytical attributes into his financial planning practice.
Kevin continues to commit himself to maintaining long-term client relationships to help each client reach their financial goals.
Gil is married and has three children with his wife
Carol. He grew up on a family farm at Glenavon, Saskatchewan. The agricultural roots and strong family
influences dominate the value Gil brings to the succession and retirement
planning he specializes in for farming clients and small business owners
throughout the province. Being a CEA (Certified Executor Advisor) enhances
value for those families.
Gil gained his CLU (Chartered Life Underwriter) (1994),
CHFC (Chartered Financial Consultant) (1995) degrees from University of Toronto
and CFP (Certified Financial Planner) designation (1996) from the Financial
Planners Standards Council. The Canadian Securities Course was passed in 1995.
Gil is a Notary Public since 1998. Education and the pursuit of excellence in
financial planning for his clients is a hallmark of Gil’s career.
Outside of work Gil loves to travel, golfing, hiking,
making wine and visiting with family and friends. He has and continues
volunteer activities with Knights of Columbus, Lions Club – past board member
and officer of both, Regina Optimist Dolphins Swim Club - past board member and
officer and with Canadian Association of Farm Advisors (CAFA).
Gil is dedicated to the premise, “We improve people’s
quality of life by simplifying their financial affairs!” He says the following
about his every day work with his clients, “I have great relationships with my
clients. Wealth is not a measure of just assets; to me it is a measure of
well being. I continue to help people wherever I can, using the tools and
talents I have at my disposal.”