“We're proud of the distinction
we've earned as Canada's largest,
independent, wealth management firm.”
 
 

Richardson GMP will help you succeed. On your terms.

We are Canada’s largest independent wealth management firm, entrusted with over $28 billion in client assets. Our focus: to protect and enhance your wealth. Our difference: an independent partnership structure that ensures accountability to our clients and alignment with their interests. 

Our Investment Advisors are some of the sharpest minds in the business, and they are backed by substantial in-house expertise to address the wealth management needs particular to affluent families and entrepreneurs: investment and risk management, tax and estate planning, insurance strategies, tax-efficient investing, philanthropic giving, and succession planning for businesses and family homes.

We are proudly Canadian. Fiercely independent. And dedicated to earning and rewarding your trust as stewards of your wealth.
 

 

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The two faces of volatility
26 June 2015

In this Weekly Market Insight we note the relationship between market volatility and potential returns, provide an update into the M&A space as well as Greece. We also discuss how Canadian’s compare across the globe in beer consumption. 

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Blowing bubbles in China
19 June 2015

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   The U.S. zigs, Canada zags 

With the U.S. Federal Reserve zigging while the rest of the worlds’ central banks zag, we are witnessing some more volatility in the markets, consistent with the later stages of a bull market.

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   Cottage succession - Keeping it in the family

Tax & Estate Planning team
 

Do you have a cottage that you want to transfer to future generations without family conflict or potential tax liability? Transferring ownership of a cottage can have unique estate planning issues. 

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