Interview Opportunity - Walking through life with financial blinders on?



    Sixteen or sixty, Canadians should have a plan

    TORONTO, Feb. 14 /CNW/ - Similar to the deep freeze much of Canada has
been experiencing lately, when it comes to investing, many Canadians feel "out
in the cold," unsure of what they should be doing with their money. Today's
volatile investment climate serves up a chilling reminder that walking through
life without a clear sense of how to prepare for major milestones can leave
investors vulnerable to the elements.

    Why: From graduation, marriage, childrearing and through to retirement,
your life and financial picture can change dramatically. Whether you're saving
for your first house, a child's education or looking for retirement income,
your financial plan should adjust to keep you on track with your life and
investment goals.

    WHO: National and regional investment experts at BMO Financial Group are
available to speak about the following:

    
    -  The major life milestones that should trigger a review of your
       investments
    -  An overview of the investing process for age 20-somethings to
       60-somethings
    -  Tips and advice for investing in today's volatile market
    -  Investments options that takes the stress out of investing
    





For further information:

For further information: To arrange an interview, please contact: JoAnne
Hayes, Toronto, joanne.hayes@bmo.com, (416) 867-3996; Lucie Gosselin,
Montreal, lucie.gosselin@bmo.com, (514) 877-8224; Laurie Grant, Vancouver,
laurie.grant@bmo.com, (604) 665-7596; Internet: www.bmo.com


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