Barry Coulter

Barry joined Fisher Investments Private Client Group in 2018 as Vice President serving clients in the Southwestern Ontario region. Prior to joining Canada’s dynamic team, Barry has enjoyed a 20 year career in the Wealth Management industry. Throughout his career, he has worked with high net worth clients and their families – giving them peace of mind and helping them bring ‘meaning to their money’.

During his studies at McMaster University where he earned his MBA in Finance, Barry learned that emotions are often your own worst enemy when it comes to investing. He became passionate about educating people about the capital markets and helping guide them through the short-term noise to get to the long-term – ensuring their money works as hard for them as they did for it.

During his career, Barry was an advisor to advisors at Investors Group Securities, and a Private Wealth Manager at UBS, both while living in Calgary. Moving to London in 2010, he was a Portfolio Manager helping Physicians and their families at MD Financial Management.

Barry is a proud uncle to his niece Kaeli and nephews Tylar and Jakob. In his spare time he spends as much time as he can with friends and family. Barry is a live music and movie junkie; and enjoys reading, running, and the great outdoors.

When it comes to deciding which Wealth Manager should earn the right to manage your family’s wealth, Barry will work with you and help you find the best fit so you can make the best decision for you and your family.

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