Ambition, integrity, loyal and caring can best describe Percy. This early bird likes to manage all aspects of a project and is admittedly a bit of a perfectionist. Always focused on his clients’ best interests, Percy’s friendly and dependable nature allow him to form instant relationships with everyone around him and achieve the best results possible.
After studying science at Dalhousie University, Percy held various business-to-business sales roles with some of the top Office Solutions providers in our region, developing relationships with executive levels within organizations across all sectors.
Percy began his career in financial services 10 years ago with TD Canada Trust, catering to clients with a very diverse range of goals. His last three years at TD, Percy was the recipient of TD’s Millionaire program, recognizing top investment production within the Atlantic Canadian region. Percy’s wide range of work experience, engaging personality and constant focus on delivering excellence have made him a perfect addition to our Bloom Wealth Investment Consulting team!
Born in Halifax (and straight into skates!), Percy enjoys playing hockey and golf, spending time with his family and working on his cottage. He is quite the cupcake decorator, enjoys winter barbequing and isn’t afraid to get emotional at a good movie! Percy has coached minor league hockey and organized Golf for Kids tournaments.
Percy currently resides in Brookside with his wife and two children.
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