David C. Foster

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David began his career in the financial services industry in 1994 as an Investment Advisor with Midland Walwyn Capital Inc. before being recruited to RBC Dominion Securities, where he went on to be a member of the President's Club. He then went on to hold a variety of senior management roles with some of Canada's leading mutual and hedge fund companies, most recently running the Ontario sales team for IA Clarington Investments. During his career, David has earned the credentials of Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) and is a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute (FCSI). Originally from Thornhill, David is the proud father to two teenage daughters and now resides in the Dovercourt Village area of downtown Toronto. In his spare time, David enjoys playing the drums and is an avid tennis, golf and hockey player. He also enjoys travelling to off-the-beaten path destinations which was most recently demonstrated with a trip to Venezuela. After working on both the buy and sell side of the investment business, David has an extremely detailed understanding of the retail landscape available to Canadian investors. He is able to bring his knowledge and expertise to families across southern Ontario to discuss and understand their unique investment objectives, review their current financial situation and determine whether or not the Fisher Investment's approach might be of benefit.

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