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LePoidevin joins Canaccord Genuity’s Canadian wealth management platform

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Canaccord Genuity Group has added LePoidevin Group’s advisory team to its Canadian wealth management division.

This addition supports the firm's stated corporate objective of growing assets under management to both increase and enhance the long-term stability of its earnings potential.
 
"The talented group of investment specialists at LePoidevin Group brings valuable economic expertise and deep client relationships to our growing wealth management business," says Stuart Raftus, president of Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management in Canada. "Our boutique platform with bespoke solution capabilities is increasingly attracting leading investment advisory teams to our entrepreneurial and independent firm. Our strategy to build a boutique investment firm is proving to be a key differentiator in attracting top investment advisors and high net worth clients."
 
The LePoidevin portfolio management team provides high net worth clients with a suite of wealth management, financial and estate planning services with support from a dedicated group of established professionals which includes a financial planning specialist and five investment associates.
 
David LePoidevin, senior vice president and portfolio manager, has over 25 years of financial industry experience and has been a professional investment adviser since 1988. Most recently, he was with a bank-owned wealth management firm, where he managed client assets in excess of USD1 billion.
 
Marc Rinfret, portfolio manager, has been a member of the LePoidevin Group since 2008 and is primarily responsible for the management of client portfolios. 

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