At TriDelta Financial, we set out to challenge the way the banks and other providers deliver financial services to clients.

We knew there had to be a better way and set out to design our rather unique ‘Doctor model’ (ongoing professional advice and introduction to specialists as required).

This is all delivered, implemented and monitored by one company.
Our goal is to provide complete financial peace of mind for families and individuals.

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We have seamlessly combined key financial solutions into our model.
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Ted Rechtshaffen: Why I made my daughter pay for her first year of university (10/29/2019) - Teaching financial responsibility and financial lessons should be an important part of a university education A few years back I wrote an article that was not very popular with high school students. I suggested that a great financial lesson to teach a child or grandchild is to have them pay for at least one year […]
TriDelta Q3 Report – Are the markets in better shape than you thought? (10/16/2019) - Overview It is amazing how the day to day can seem very volatile, but when you step back far enough, returns have been fairly steady.  Q3 was one of those quarters.  July was good, August was bad, and September was good.  When you add it all up, the quarter was not great, but decent. The […]
FINANCIAL FACELIFT: Can Chelsea and Chad ‘make it all work’ with a second baby on the way and a possible career change? (10/7/2019) - Below you will find a real life case study of a couple who are looking for financial advice on how best to arrange their financial affairs. Their names and details have been changed to protect their identity. The Globe and Mail often seeks the advice of our VP, Wealth Advisor, Matthew Ardrey, to review and […]
Making the most of an RESP (8/29/2019) - With kids heading back to school, education planning and registered education savings plans (RESPs) are at the forefront of discussions that financial advisers are having with many investors – whether these clients have children in a postsecondary institution or saving for them to go into one in the future. The RESP is an enticing vehicle […]

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