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Stephen Siu

Financial Planner

  • CFP®
  • PFP®

Building your financial future – together

I have been working in the financial services industry since 2011, with a focus on fostering strong client relationships and helping customers achieve their personal financial goals.

Prior to taking on the role of Financial Planner, I was a Financial Advisor in the Vancouver area. 

I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Economics from Simon Fraser University. 

I look forward to exploring investment strategies and solutions with you as we work together towards your unique financial goals.


Fax: (604) 654-6813

Available at 4 other location(s)

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Your goals are what matter to us, not how much you make.

You deserve better than 5 minute meetings and plans that don't reflect your goals. At TD Wealth, we believe that the most important element in your financial plan is you. That's why we actually take the time to get to know who you truly are and your priorities before we review your numbers.


You have questions, I have answers. Let's have a quick chat.

Market Commentary

Build your understanding of investment concepts and stay current with ongoing market trends. Choose from a variety of helpful daily, monthly, and quarterly newsletters and resources.

Could we see $2,000 gold and could oil prices slide even lower?

Anthony Okolie recaps the biggest news of the day including the latest COVID-19 developments, followed by a conversation with Bart Melek, Global Head, Commodity Strategy, TD Securities, about the outlook for gold and oil. Is there more upside for gold? What will it take for oil to rebound?

What should I do if there’s a recession?

Q: Canada may soon be in a recession. Should I get my money out of the market?

TD Economics

The analysis covers the globe, with emphasis on Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia

Monthly Perspectives | Courage

Does your mind rule your emotions, or do your emotions rule your mind? 

Global financial markets react to COVID-19

The volatility of financial markets in the past week is a great example of one of the hardest things to understand when investing: the difference between risk and uncertainty.

A New Year, A New You

The calendar changes but you still see the old you in the mirror with your old habits and frustrations. Here are some tips to finally get yourself on track and make this year the game changer.

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