Welcome to the Tempel-Reser Wealth Management Team website

Our team provides comprehensive wealth management solutions for families and businesses.

Our objective is to provide our clients with a knowledge base to form realistic expectations for portfolio return. The foundation of our practice is the client. Service is our top priority. We learn what our clients need, and while we address their risk tolerance we lay out the systems, procedures and methods necessary to achieve those needs. Our practice is run with the same level of integrity that we expect in our personal business relationships.


Service is our top priority


Investment philosophy

It is our goal to provide quality service aimed at building the net worth of our clients. The cornerstone of our investment philosophy is to preserve capital and to reduce risk. We achieve this by becoming your comprehensive wealth manager.

We will consistently strive to observe the highest professional and ethical standards and constantly seek ways to improve service while increasing our client’s wealth.


#1 in Investor Satisfaction with Full-Service Brokerage Firms by J.D. Power

RBC Wealth Management recently received the J.D. Power Award for ranking highest in investor satisfaction with full-service brokerage firms. This award is based on client feedback, and we are honored to work for a company that is committed to our clients and puts people first.

How RBC Wealth Management keeps you safe

A top priority for RBC Wealth Management is protecting the security of information we have about you. Our cybersecurity team is dedicated to maintaining security safeguards to protect you and allow you to have access to our services without interruption. Learn more.

SECURE Act: Possible changes to your retirement planning strategy

The Setting Every Community up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act changes may affect your plans for retirement. The primary goals of the SECURE Act are to expand retirement savings, preserve retirement income, simplify existing rules and improve qualified retirement plan administration. Contact us if you have questions about your plans for retirement and the SECURE Act changes.

Financial security begins by building a plan you can trust

At RBC Wealth Management, we understand your financial goals are unique — that’s why we provide customized, objective advice. No matter where you are in life, you can depend on our investment management expertise to build a plan that helps you achieve your financial goals. Explore our website to learn more about our customizable solutions designed to strengthen your financial security.

The shape of things to come

The COVID-19 economic damage should diminish greatly through 2021, while confidence in a return to a recognizable social and business landscape will likely grow. As GDP regains its pre-pandemic peak and corporate earnings recover further, we expect equities could provide attractive all-in returns in 2021, and probably for 2022 as well. Read the full economic outlook in the Global Insight 2021 Outlook.

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 Tempel-Reser Wealth Management Team.

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Latest Insights

The road ahead for investors

Dec 04, 2020 | Kelly Bogdanova, Frédérique Carrier, and Jim Allworth

As we come to the end of a year unlike any other in memory, 2021 should bring a change in the narrative. Challenges certainly remain, but with the start of a new economic and investment era before us, we look at what investors can expect in 2021.

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What are the consequences of the growing government debt dilemma?

Dec 01, 2020 | Kelly Bogdanova and Frédérique Carrier

Governments are awash in debt, with no signs borrowing will let up anytime soon. Is this sustainable? What are the risks for economies and taxpayers?

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