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Joseph Boushaba

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Joseph Boushaba serves as a Private Client Adviser in Ontario, Canada. During his 18+-year career, he has worked for organizations that include BMO Nesbitt Burns, CIBC Asset Management and IG Wealth Management across various cities including Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.

The positions he held were Wealth Advisor, Business Development Manager and Investment Specialist serving the needs of high net-worth individuals, pensions and corporations.

In his spare time, he competes in tennis at the provincial level, where he is ranked top 20 in his category. One of his objectives is to compete in national and international tournaments in years to come . He also has a passion for travel and learning about different cultures.

Joseph studied Electrical Engineering at École Polytechnique de Montréal and moved to the financial services industry in 2004.  He holds the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) designation, and currently lives in West Ottawa with his wife and their three teenage children.

Joseph is responsible for meeting with new prospective clients to determine if Fisher Investments Canada can better their financial future. He also serves as the local representative for current clients of Fisher Investments’ Canada Private Client Group.

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