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Tom Porteous, BA, CIM, Senior Wealth Advisor, Portfolio Manager

BPS Wealth Management, CIBC Wood Gundy, CIBC Private Wealth

1055 Dunsmuir Street, Suite 2434, Vancouver, BC V7X 1K8

Team Assets (Custodied)

$996-million

Typical Size of Household Accounts

$2.5-million -
$10-million

Minimum Account Size for New Business

$1-million

Typical Net-Worth of Relationships

$10-million -
$25-million

Tom Porteous has worked as a financial advisor for more then 30 years, leading a team of seven experienced professionals at BPS Wealth Management. Tom and the team share a vision and commitment to providing an exceptional client experience through customized financial solutions that consistently outperform the market.

Through a comprehensive, disciplined approach, Tom and his team provide solid growth underpinned by a long-term investment strategy that provides a full range of services including financial tax and estate planning; financial services; and end-to-end investment management.

Through an integrated offer with the CIBC Group of Companies, BPS delivers intergenerational wealth management. By building strong, trusting relationships with clients and their families, Tom and the team provide complete financial services with the ultimate goal of wealth preservation and extraordinary piece of mind.

Outside of work, Tom is very active in the philanthropic community. He is a long-time partner of Social Venture Partners Vancouver, past Chair of the Boston Pizza Foundation Invitational Golf Tournament and a director at the Vancouver School Board Foundation. In the past, Tom was the chair of CIBC Caring for Kids Fund funding breakfasts to over 400 children in Vancouver’s Downtown East Side.

Tom lives in Tsawwassen with his wife, Jodie, and three children. On the weekends, he can be found watching or coaching his kids at various soccer fields, lacrosse boxes, ball diamonds, and hockey rinks throughout the Lower Mainland.


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