Don graduated from the University of Western Ontario with his Honours Business Administration degree in 1992. Shortly after, Don began his career at RBC Dominion Securities. Since then he has built a successful practice based on the trust and respect of his clients, and by providing the highest quality advice and service. Don’s steady, conservative approach has resulted in his selection to the RBC Dominion Securities Chairman’s Council, which recognizes the firm’s leading Investment Advisors. To further recognize Don’s dedication and success in helping clients achieve their goals, Don was appointed Vice President of RBC Dominion Securities in 1997.
Don actively pursues his professional development, and has been designated a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute (FCSI). In addition, Don has obtained his futures, options and insurance qualifications in order to meet all of his clients’ financial requirements. Don has had the unique experience of being mentored by Everett Fleming and Doug Neal, Bay Street veterans with over 80 years combined experience. Don has also been recognized as a pioneer in the wealth management of professional athletes, working closely with player agents to help their clients achieve their financial objectives.
Faced with a complex array of products and services, ever-changing tax laws and an uncertain investment climate, you need skilled assistance to make the right investment choices for your situation and goals. For 20 years, Don has provided trusted advice to a range of clients, and his team is rapidly becoming the preferred choice for individual and institutional investors. The combination of experience and industry acumen has helped Don Douglas and his team evolve into one of the leading investment advisory teams in the country.
Don grew up in Windsor, Ontario. He played college football at the University of Western Ontario and was drafted by the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL. He is an avid golfer and a member of the Thornhill Golf and Country Club. Don is passionate about coaching and contributes his time to coaching kids in various sports throughout Toronto. Currently, Don is the head coach of the North Toronto Major Bantam Girls rep basketball team. Don’s wife, Orla, is from Ireland and they have a son, Declan and a daughter, McKenna.