Vytas Valaitis, CPA, CA, CFP
Senior Financial Advisor
Vytas (or Vyt - pronounced “Veet”) Valaitis and his wife Ruta are long-time residents of Ancaster, Ontario. He has two daughters, Renata and Krista. Renata is a full-time student at the University of Waterloo doing graduate studies in Health Promotion. Krista, who graduated from Wilfrid Laurier, is now employed full-time by TJX Canada.
In his leisure time, Vyt belongs to the Hamilton Downtown YMCA Masters Swim Club. Vyt and Ruta enjoy attending monthly screenings of movies sponsored by the Ancaster Film Festival. In addition to several tax and financial publications, Vyt has a keen interest in reading biographies.
Vyt has worked in the financial services industry since September 1990. Prior to that, he was employed as a Tax Manager at Price Waterhouse Coopers, Chartered Accountants, and held various other tax and financial positions at Crown Life Insurance Company in Toronto and International Harvester in Hamilton.
Vyt is licensed with the Canadian Securities Commission as a Registered Representative, with the Financial Services Commission of Ontario as a licensed Insurance Agent, and also has his Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation. These accreditations, along with his background as a Chartered Accountant, give him a unique perspective in providing his clients with comprehensive, high quality personalized financial and estate planning advice.
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