Address525 8 Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2P1G1
My BackgroundAs Vice President and Senior Investment Advisor at BMO Nesbitt Burns and team leader of Kingsford & Associates, an all-women wealth management firm in Calgary, Thalia Kingsford is an outlier in the financial investment industry with an unwavering commitment to client service, collaboration, and female leadership. Since 1986, she has structured her wealth management practice around one simple, yet powerful principle: always do the best thing for our clients. With empathy and keen insight, Thalia thrives on collaborating with her team of talented financial experts to build solutions that help each individual client achieve their goals. A passionate advocate for women, Thalia is a founding member and current Chair of the Calgary Chapter of the International Women’s Forum Canada where she uses her influence to open doors for women in business. She has also been an active Rotarian for 15 years with the Rotary Club of Calgary, holding various roles within the organization including Program Committee Chair and Board Member of the Rotary Clubs of Calgary and Finance Committee Member and Board Member of the Rotary Clubs of Calgary Foundation. Deeply competitive, both professionally and personally, Thalia has been selected for the BMO Nesbitt Burns President’s Council every year since 1994, is an Alumni of the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School, was awarded Finalist in the 2018 Women in Wealth Management Award: Women-Led Advisory Team of the Year in Canada, is a Finalist in the 2019 Wealth Professional Awards: The NEI Investments Award for Advisor of the Year – Responsible Investments, and is a 7-time Boston Marathon finisher. Mother to three and grandmother to six, Thalia enjoys fine motorcars, fashion, wine, and travel.
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