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Kim MacDonald CIM, FCSI, PFP, CFDS, CFDA

Financial Advisor | Insurance AdvisorRaymond James Ltd.
Work 2300, 10060 Jasper Avenue Edmonton AB T5V 3R8 Work Phone: 780-414-2533Cell Phone: 780-919-2700
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Biographical Info

MacDonald Advisory is a team of professionals with a clear focus on where their clients lives intersect with their money.

Area(s) of Practice:  Kim is a registered Collaborative Professional in Edmonton, Alberta. In the area of Collaborative Law she acts in the capacity of “Financial Neutral”. Her involvement in the process is specifically related to financial planning for the specialized area of divorce.

Outside of Collaborative Law and when not working in the capacity of Financial Planner for Divorce, Kim is a Financial Advisor and Insurance Advisor with Raymond James Ltd. in Edmonton, Alberta.

License(s):  CIM, FCSI, CFDS, PFP, CDFA®, (Securities (IIROC) and Insurance Licensed (Alberta Insurance Council))

When people put their trust in us, we aim VERY high.
http://www.raymondjames.ca/macdonaldadvisory

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Updated 4 months ago.


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