Let us help you grow more than wealth


Welcome

I primarily serve affluent individual investors and their families. By teaming with RBC Wealth Management, my Registered Client Associate, Aimee Funk, and I have significant resources available to help provide innovative strategies and solutions that are specifically tailored to meet the needs of each of our clients. We are unwavering in our belief that our fiduciary responsibility is first, foremost, and primary to the trust we share with our clients. The following is a list of services available:

  • Investment portfolio management
  • Risk management
  • Asset protection
  • Income replacement
  • Retirement planning
  • Estate and Trust planning
  • Cash management
  • Credit and lending
  • Insurance services

Investment philosophy

I believe that the most effective way to successfully invest in historically volatile markets is to be invested in a broad and diversified range of asset classes which would include equities, fixed income, alternative assets, and cash as appropriate given each client’s unique risk tolerance, time horizon, and financial goals.


The best returns are more than financial

At RBC Wealth Management, we know what’s important to you—the success of your family, personal aspirations and the legacy you want to leave to the world. See how we can help you grow more than wealth.


GI Monthly Cover November 2022China charts its course through turbulence and transformation

As China faces challenges to growth and development, we reflect on the outcome of the 20th Communist Party Congress and what it means for investors. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of Global Insight Monthly.

Let's take the next step together

I welcome you to experience the RBC Wealth Management difference yourself. Contact me today to set up a meeting.

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Not a phantom rally in equity markets

Dec 01, 2022 | Kelly Bogdanova

We assess the four catalysts that have caused key markets to bounce by double digits, and discuss why investors should avoid the temptation of market timing.

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