Helping you grow more than wealth

The resiliency and adaptability of nature is unbelievable. These aspen trees were buried by an avalanche at a young age and pushed over toward the ground. As the years passed, they continued to grow toward the sun as the debris eventually cleared away from their trunks. The result is this graceful and moving display of nature's will to thrive. We see correlations with the economy and world investment markets. Additionally, we approach meeting our clients' goals with the same resiliency and adaptability.

Welcome to our website

We aim to provide our clients with a high level of wealth management for each phase of their life. By combining the experience and skills of the Hensen Webb Group at RBC Wealth Management we deliver investment strategies to help achieve our clients’ goals. Our group will work in concert with your personal legal and tax advisors to assist in creating integrated strategies tailored to the goals and wishes of you and your family. The Hensen Webb Group focuses on your wealth so that you can spend your time on the things that matter most to you. It is our goal to help clients receive better outcomes for their goals and dreams.


Andrew Hensen named one of Forbes Best-in-State Top Wealth Advisors

At Hensen Webb Group we are very proud that Financial Advisor Andrew Hensen was named a Forbes Best-in-State Top Wealth Advisor in 2021. It’s an honor to have a teammate nationally recognized as one of the best in the industry—because it means we are serving our clients well. Congratulations, Andrew!

New wealth insights guide for young professionals

Today’s young professionals face many challenges when it comes to building wealth. Download our new guide on money matters for young professionals. It’s designed to help young adults master the fundamentals of saving and investing, with insights into how to control debt, build a wealth plan and prepare for a more secure tomorrow.

Putting a price on carbon emissions

Increasingly, countries are making the pricing of carbon emissions mandatory, either by enforcing cap-and-trade rules or by imposing a carbon tax. But with the pace of government regulatory support varying dramatically from country to country, many companies are also trying to offset their emissions voluntarily, in response to the growing cohort of environmentally conscious consumers and the increasing influence of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) funds. How should investors take this new business expense into account? Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of Global Insight.

Introducing RBC Total Wealth

RBC Total Wealth is a way to view your complete financial picture. See your RBC accounts—along with your accounts at other financial institutions—–in one convenient place. Access Total Wealth by selecting Sign in above to log into your accounts and then choose Add External Accounts. It’s a simple and secure way to keep your financial life connected to your everyday life.

Taking the next step

Whether you're a current client who would like to review your portfolio, or a potential client that would like to learn more about our approach, we would love to hear from you.  To set up a consultation, please contact us.

Meet the team

Learn more about the Hensen Webb Group.

Latest Insights

Writing in journal

Five ways to stay healthy through the holidays

A healthy holiday season doesn't have to be a contradiction. Check out these tips for making wellness a priority through some of the most demanding months of the year.

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Weekly market update

We send a market update weekly (generally on Monday).  If you would like to be added to this free distribution please email andrew.j.hensen@rbc.com and request that you be added to the "Weekly Market Update."


Wondering what to do with excess 529 savings?

If you’ve saved diligently for a family-member’s education—and he or she does not need help funding education expenses—the 529 Plan savings can still be used without tax penalties. You could transfer funds for another child, niece/nephew or grandchild. Or see if room, board and textbook costs can be covered. You might even be able to pay for college credits for a qualifying gap year program. Contact us to discuss your education savings options in more detail.