Emmanuel George has been active in the Financial industry for over 20 years. His initial experience with an international bank laid the foundation and gave him the impetus to help people plan and take action to get their financial house in order. For Emmanuel, the focus is NOT money. It is the desire to see people live with integrity and dignity. He has the designations Fraternal Insurance Counselor (FIC) and Associate Financial Advisor AFA.
Emmanuel is a graduate of Emmanuel Bible College as well as University of Waterloo.
Brothers & Company is an independent financial planning and wealth management firm in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Gisele’s passion is comprehensive financial planning. She
addresses retirement, estate, tax, cash-flow and wealth accumulation planning as
well as provides recommendations and solutions to solve specific concerns. Gisele
finds it deeply rewarding to work with clients in attaining and managing their
unique financial aspirations.
Gisele joined Brothers & Company in 1997 becoming a partner of the firm in 2015.
received the Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®) designation. She is a member of the
Canadian Association of Financial Planners and an associate member of the
Institute of Advanced Financial Planners. She is currently endeavoring to achieve
the Registered Financial Planner (R.F.P.)
Brothers & Company puts our clients’ interests first, acts with integrity and honesty and strives for excellence in every facet of our practice.We have built our reputation on our commitment to providing consistent, quality service through progress reviews, comprehensive reporting and prudent stewardship of our clients’ capital.
I became a Financial Advisor after a varied career in the Financial Field. After completing an undergraduate degree in Psychology I met Sandra Mews and there began my 23 year career in finance. I have worked in the banking, insurance and mortgage industry as well.
My passion for finance comes from my desire to help people lead the life they want. I believe that money should be a positive influence in people's lives and I have a simple client focused approach for servicing clients with their immediate and future financial and estate goals.
Financial Adviser focusing on Estate and retirement Planning.
30 years experience in the Financial Services Industry with a CFP and CLU
Serving a small group of clients in Northern and Southern Ontario>
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Chris Gorman is a Financial Advisor, father, and community leader. His career has spanned commercial insurance, post-secondary education leadership, non-profit financial management, political management, and financial advising. He is also a former elected Trustee on the Central Okanagan Public Schools' Board of Education, serving two terms (2011 to 2018).
As an Advisor, Chris provides sound advice to develop insurance and grow investment portfolios for individuals, families, and businesses, assisting them to achieve their financial security and wealth goals. He is licenced to work with clients in the Province or British Columbia.
Chris attended The University of British Columbia, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Sauder School of Business. He holds a Business Administration Diploma from the British Columbia Institute of Technology and attended law school at the University of Ottawa.
Chris is a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Certified Health Insurance Specialist (CHS), and Certified Executor Advisor (CEA). He is currently working towards his Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation.
Licensed for life and health since March 1978.member of Advocis till 2005.
As and Estate and Trust Advisor with Royal Trust I service clients on Vancouver Island as well as Burnaby, New Westminster, Surrey/Delta, Tri-Cities, Langley and the Eastern Fraser Valley. I bring over 14 years experience in Financial Services to my role as an Estate and Trust Advisor in BC.
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