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board keir clark2016Position on the Board: President
Company: Scotia Wealth Management

Keir Clark has spent more than 35 years helping people successfully navigate the Canadian Financial Services landscape. He currently works as Portfolio Manager and Senior Wealth Advisor for a select group of clients in 5 Canadian Provinces with Scotia Wealth Management.

Keir’s passions include his family, his clients, his community & profession.  His interests include travel, history, current events, camping, cars and anything else motorized.

Day to day he delivers full service Wealth Management services to successful Canadian individuals and organizations. He works with clients to implement strategies to take care of their investments, income and asset protection, business succession planning, Will and estate planning, banking, and borrowing needs.

Keir is a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute, a Fellow of the Institute of the Canadian Bankers , a Chartered Investment Manager, and a Professional Financial Planner. He has been a finance columnist with Brunswick News (Telegraph Journal and The Daily Gleaner) over the past 20 years. The list of other publications Keir has been cited in includes the Halifax Chronicle Herald, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Investment Executive, Advisors Edge magazine and Atlantic Progress.

Keir has been active on the Chamber Board of Directors for several years, most recently by serving as a Co-Chair of the Policy Development committee, and on the Board’s Executive Committee. Besides the Chamber Keir is also a board member at the NB Law Foundation, and Chairman of the IIROC New Brunswick District Council (Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada).

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