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Richardson Wealth appoints Vice Chair


RF Capital Group has appointed Dean Manjuris to the newly created position of Vice-Chair for its wholly owned subsidiary, Richardson Wealth Limited (Richardson Wealth). Manjuris will join the company effective 3 May, 2021.

Kish Kapoor, President and Chief Executive Officer, says: “We are thrilled to have Dean join our leadership team. His extensive knowledge of the industry and his unparalleled experience working with advisors across Canada will be instrumental as we deliver on our promise to enhance our advisor experience, grow our business significantly and build upon the pre-eminent Richardson brand. Dean will play an important role in the execution of our strategic objectives designed to attract the best talent in the industry.”

Manjuris has almost three decades of senior leadership experience in financial services, including serving as Global Head, Full Service Investing BMO, then Vice-Chairman, BMO Nesbitt Burns for over a decade. During that time, Dean was responsible for setting and executing the strategic direction of a company of 3,000 people. Under his leadership, the business grew by USD90 billion. 

Manjuris says: “Richardson Wealth is a firm with massive potential for growth. Recently, Kish and his strong, proud and determined leadership team made a commitment to make the Richardson brand the only destination for their existing advisors and their high net worth clients, and the number one choice for Canada’s top advisors who are looking to move their practices to the right entrepreneurial culture and the right environment. I’m excited to be part of this work and help to advance this agenda.” 

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