Weston Fader

Weston Fader Private Wealth Advisor


Weston Fader
Saskatoon, SK
P 780.224.1472
E wfader@raintreeFS.com

Weston Fader is a Private Wealth Advisor with Raintree Financial Solutions, Principal Financial Consultant and Certified Cash Flow Specialist. As a Certified Cash Flow Specialist, Weston can help you assess your current cash flow and find the cash you need to begin a properly constructed savings and investment plan, with little to no impact on your current lifestyle spending.

Weston is the author of Wealth Management for Business Owners – Keeping Your Profits in your Pockets and is working on a second book Busting the Interest Lies – Canadian Edition.

Weston graduated from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia with a Bachelor of Commerce degree majoring in Global Business Management. To date, he has successfully completed the Exempt Market Product Course, Life License Qualification Program, Accident & Sickness Insurance Course, Canadian Investment Funds Course: Investment and Securities, Authorized Infinite Banking Practitioner Course and Certified Cash Flow Specialist Designation.

Weston is a former captain of the Moncton Wildcats in the QMJHL and played on the Saint Mary’s Huskies Varsity hockey team. He continues to be an avid athlete, playing sports year-round. He is serving his third term as President of the Edmonton Downtown Canadian Progress Club, raising money for children in challenging mental, physical, financial and relationship situations. Weston also sits on several not-for-profit boards of Edmonton charities and local business associations. He is currently studying for his CHS and CFP designations.



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