Client Strategies Team
The Client Strategies Team is a resource to help support you in your wealth planning goals, developing a strong understanding of your personal financial objectives, gathering valuable information and addressing complex financial and wealth strategies issues. Explore the bios below to learn more about the team.
Wealth Management Consultant
Alex provides expertise to RBC Wealth Management financial advisors who work with endowments, non-profits and foundations. Alex also assists financial advisors in using internal and external wealth management tools, including sophisticated software programs, to help provide appropriate solutions for clients' needs.
Wealth Planning Consultant
Rich helps RBC Wealth Management financial advisors address retirement planning needs for high-net-worth clients. He also provides comprehensive education, guidance and support to financial advisors and clients facing issues that may not have affected them while growing their assets. Rich's goal is to minimize risk faced by retirees and help with choices affecting them during retirement.
Divisional Retirement Consultant
Scott does extensive research into retirement plan providers. He also assists RBC Wealth Management financial advisors in servicing clients’ retirement plans. He is involved in the creation and maintenance of investment policy statements, plan design and portfolio consulting.
Malia works with RBC Wealth Management financial advisors to develop appropriate wealth management solutions for clients in the areas of estate planning, retirement planning, stock option planning, charitable giving, education funding and wealth transfer. She also works with clients’ attorneys, accountants and other professionals to implement strategies to meet clients’ financial objectives.
John works with financial advisors to establish a wealth management practice that manages both sides of the balance sheet. He accomplishes this by focusing on clients’ liquidity needs in the short term, while maintaining a long-term focus on goals-based borrowing through the wealth planning process.