Address
Atrium Branch, 675 Cochrane Drive
East Tower, Suite 700
Markham, ON  L3R 0B8     Map
 

Nicholas D. Waddell, CIM®, FCSI
905.968.1905 Nicholas.Waddell@RichardsonGMP.com

Katya Faraj, B.Comm, CIM
905.968.1906 Katya.Faraj@RichardsonGMP.com

 
 

WISE AND INFORMED WEALTH MANAGEMENT

Customized, conservative wealth management

We have earned the trust of affluent families by placing capital preservation above all else and taking a conservative, reasonable, long-term approach to wealth enhancement.

Many of our clients are nearing or enjoying retirement and drawing upon their assets to provide a structured income stream. Many others are working professionals who are accumulating sizeable nest eggs and establishing holding companies, and want to conserve and build upon these assets for the future.

It is our absolute priority to preserve the capital and confidence that have been entrusted to us.
 

 


Tax & Estate Planning

STRATEGIES


 

Get the latest strategies to help protect and enhance your wealth from our Tax & Estate Planning Professionals.

January 2018
Where should my savings go: an RRSP or a TFSA?
Where should my savings go: an RRSP or a TFSA? Six tips for getting the most from your RRSP & TFSA contributions. 

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Our view

MARKET INSIGHT


 

Get the latest market insights and trends from our internal research experts.

22 January 2018
Growth vs Value & Your Age
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15 January 2017
Managing Your Biases
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Special Report
What of the 40? Fixed Income in portfolio building and the alternatives that are often substituted. In an investment climate of low yields, investors have strained to find adequate returns out of the “fixed income” portion of their portfolio. In a search for yield, maybe alternatives to traditional fixed income have been explored.. 
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Media Centre

IN THE NEWS


 

Get the latest news and media releases about Richardson GMP.

19 September 2016
Gareth Watson on CBC: Consumer debt
Gareth Watson, Director, Investment Management & Researcher joined Carole MacNeil on this weekend's CBC Business Panel. Among the topics discussed were consumer debt levels and changes to the minimum wage.

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