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Janine Purves

CFP, CPCA, CCS, Senior Financial Advisor, Assante Wealth Management

Janine offers 18 years’ experience in the financial industry working in banking, brokerage, and financial planning environments. She also has 8 years’ experience in consulting and sales to businesses. In addition to being a fully licensed advisor, her qualifications include the CFP and CPCA designations with a background in economics. Having received many service and achievement awards, she recognizes the importance of servicing client's needs first. She has appeared on CP24, York Rogers TV, and has contributed to the York Region Business Times, and Forever Young, a newspaper dealing with issues seniors face. She has also been asked to speak at many Business, Professional and Retirement Associations. In 2015 Janine was voted best Financial Planner in Richmond Hill for The Liberal Readers' Choice awards.

Most recently Janine has been awarded the Leading Women, Leading Girls award for Richmond Hill from both the Federal and Provincial governments, been a recipient of the Portraits of Giving plaque and awarded the Literacy Award for the Business Women’s Networking of York Region group, all for helping Financial literacy to flourish in York Region. In addition, Janine was a Portraits of Giving Honoree and 2018 Richmond Hill Board of Trade Business Achievement Award Recipient.

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