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Mentor Lunch & Learn with Pippa Fry

Wednesday, October 10th 2018
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Vancouver , BC

Mentor Lunch & Learn with Pippa Fry

Join us for lunch with Pippa Fry, Investment Counsellor at Assante Private Client to learn her top takeaways on building a successful career. Pippa will reflect on her experiences and professional journey and will provide tools and solutions to help you feel more connected, empowered and engaged in both your professional and personal life.

About WCM Mentor Lunch & Learns:

WCM Mentor Lunch & Learns are an opportunity for a small number of professionals to meet informally with a leader in the industry over a round-table. The leader shares experiences, insights and advice with professionals in the early stages of their financial industry or Capital Markets careers.

Pippa Fry

Investment Counsellor at Assante Private Client​

Pippa Fry is an Investment Counsellor at Assante Private Client providing portfolio management services to close to 100 high net worth clients/families in BC. She works closely with the Assante Wealth Planning team to provide a total wealth management approach for her clients. Pippa has over 30 years of experience in client facing roles in financial services working in London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York and Vancouver.  Prior to joining Assante Private Client she was a Portfolio Manager at Phillips Hager & North, part of RBC Global Asset Management.  She started her career at CIBC in London, followed by roles at Merrill Lynch and Swiss Bank/UBS before joining Citigroup (on the merger of Citibank and Salomon Brothers Inc) where she was a Managing Director of Fixed Income Capital Markets for 10 years before immigrating to Canada.  She has been involved extensively in a range of diversity initiatives throughout her career and is passionate about career development and advancement for women of all ages and stages.    Pippa is married with three children.  She has an MA from Oxford University.  She holds the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) designation.

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