Nicholas Hui, P.Eng, Certified Financial Planner + MORE Mar 21st

The “Big Five” Canadian banks offer investment funds and include Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto Dominion Bank (TD Canada Trust), Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). Let’s explore the best place for you to invest.
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Nicholas Hui, P.Eng, Certified Financial PlannerWho is Nicholas Hui?

Nicholas Hui was an automotive engineer for 20 years before becoming a Certified Financial Planner. He brings the same systematic approach from his engineering background to his practise now as an advice-only planner. Nicholas specializes in helping young families and professionals bring some order to their finances and get on a path to achieving their long-term goals. He also offers retirement planning services and helps clients work towards financial independence.

Services• Comprehensive financial plans• Money coaching • Focused (or modular) analysis for a specific area of your financesSpecializations• Money coaching for young professionals and families• Financial independence• Retirement planningPayment Model• Fees paid by clients for advice (not based on assets)Languages written and spoken• English

Meet Nicholas Hui

About Nicholas

I am an advice-only Certified Financial Planner at VAVE Financial. In my previous life as an engineer, I used value analysis/value engineering programs to help manufacturers cut costs and improve efficiency…

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