Fisher Investments representative, Adam Newsome

Adam Newsome

Adam Newsome is a Private Client Adviser with Fisher Investments and has worked in the investment advisory field for over 13 years. During these years Adam was an advisor with major national investment brokerages for ten years, and a senior financial planner with a Canadian Schedule 1 bank for three years. Prior to pursuing his academic studies, Adam worked as an associate with the Canadian Investor Protection Fund for two years, giving him a solid grounding in the Canadian regulatory landscape. In addition to his professional affiliations, Adam has also served as a volunteer Board member of Haldimand War Memorial Hospital, Edgewater Gardens Long-term Care, and Dunnville Hospital and Healthcare Foundation; roles in which his investment background has been welcomed by both management and fellow Board members. Throughout his career as a financial advisor, Adam has always been grateful for the support of his loyal and growing cadré of clients. When asked why he benefits from this degree of support, Adam responds: “My clients have always understood and rewarded me for placing their interest above my own and those of the organizations for which I have worked.” Adam holds an Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning Management from George Brown College in Toronto, is a Designated Canadian Investment Manager, and a Certified Financial Planner. Adam believes that his unique combination of education, regulatory and advisory experience, place him in a strong position to understand the objectives of high net worth individuals and organizations, and articulate strategies that will optimize their investment portfolios.

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