Dwayne Rettinger is a Certified Financial Planner professional (CFP) who has been guiding clients on sound financial decision-making for more than a decade.
Since 2007, Dwayne Rettinger has provided financial guidance and planning under Investors Group Financial Services Inc. He currently serves as Executive Financial Consultant at Investors Group, leading a team that consults with individuals, business owners and executives on the spectrum of investment decisions that helps them build and protect their wealth.
Dwayne and his team focus on investment and retirement planning, group retirement plans, estate planning, cash management and tax planning.
He considers it his mandate to ensure detailed financial planning is the underpinning to clients’ decision-making. Whether they are planning for major purchases, saving for retirement, or facing the everyday risks of running a business, Dwayne’s top priority is to make sure clients are never exposed to unnecessary financial risk.
In the years since Dwayne joined Investors Group, he has steadily assumed increasing responsibility at the firm, beginning first as a Senior Financial Consultant, where he provided wealth and risk management services to individuals and small businesses.
After five years, Dwayne assumed new responsibilities as a Division Director. In this position, he was charged with building Investors Group and recruiting and managing the talent necessary to meet Canada’s growing demand for quality financial planning.
Prior to joining Investors Group, Dwayne served as a Managing Director at BearingPoint in Toronto, where he was responsible for the firm’s Canadian Commercial Services practice.
Prior to his work at BearingPoint, Dwayne held various positions at KPMG. He started at KPMG as a senior consultant, moving to senior manager and then making partner at the firm in 1999. Dwayne served as vice president at the firm from 2000 to 2002, where he was responsible for KPMG’s Eastern Canada communications and utilities practice.
Dwayne Rettinger earned his Certified Financial Planner designation through Canada’s Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC). The FPSC sets professional standards and is the certification body for personal financial planning. He is distinguished for being a member of the FPSC Presidents List, which signifies his placement in the top 1 percent of CFP exam candidates in Canada in 2009, the year he took his exam.
Dwayne earned his MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario after receiving his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Waterloo.
He and his wife and three children reside in Oakville. He is an active community member, serving as a hockey coach and also playing a role with United Way fundraising.