WINNIPEG, July 8, 2013 /CNW/ - Christianson Wealth Advisors launches its new name and identity at an exclusive, client-only event
at The Manitoba Club.
"This new name is more than just a change in our letterhead. It reflects
our values and what we believe - keeping our clients in their great
place in life. We do it by seeing things clearly together with our
clients, breaking issues down to their essence and communicating all
the relevant facts. We do it with Clear Thinking," says David Christianson, senior advisor and vice president with
National Bank Financial Wealth Management, author and Winnipeg Free
Christianson articulates this approach is in his recent book, Managing the Bull, which urges people to be intentional and empowered with their personal
plan and journey to financial freedom.
With Canadian consumer debt sitting at $477 billion at the end of 2012,
and with interest rates expected to rise in 2014, finding a way to
manage finances is critical for many Canadians. And while Christianson
emphasizes that every path to wealth is unique, he points out that,
"All investors have to learn how to detect and deflect the crap."
On June 28, 2013, Christianson was also named a Fellow of the Financial
Planning Standards Council, the group which administers the CFP
designation, recognizing his decades of contribution to the financial
planning profession and the ideals of the FPSC.
Christianson Wealth Advisors helps clients get to a great place in life
and removes the stress along the way, by giving them the peace of mind
and confidence that comes with a well thought out and professionally
managed wealth management strategy. The team of six works with
National Bank Financial Wealth Management, and includes Craig Kepron,
CFA and Sheril Kowerko, CFP.
About David Christianson, BA, R.F.P., CFP, TEP - one of Canada's most respected financial planners, investment advisors
and financial educators, Christianson has been helping clients reach
their financial goals since 1982.
SOURCE: Christianson Wealth Advisors
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