Valley woman recognized as top advisor
A financial advisor from the Valley Credit Union has been recognized as being one of the top 10 per cent in Canada.
Cindy Viner, a wealth advisor, was recognized recently by Qtrade Financial. She was selected on several criteria, including sales processes and business practices for outstanding results; ensuring relevant investment/ financial planning and advice; consistently delivering a great member experience; being aware of and responsive to regulatory and compliance requirements; and demonstrating leadership and collaboration within the organization.
“This is a tremendous recognition for Cindy, as well as for our organization,” explained Len Ells, president and chief executive officer of Valley Credit Union.
“We pride ourselves on delivering sound, relevant advice, and also quality products and services for our members. The recognition that Cindy has received is testament to the skills and capabilities of our wealth team in assisting our members with building their financial futures.”
Viner has more than 20 years of sales experience, 12 of which have been focused on providing financial guidance and advice. She grew up in Mahone Bay, settled in the Annapolis Valley with her family 20 years ago, and has called Sheffield Mills home for the last 12 years. Viner has been leading the wealth offering for Valley Credit Union for the last two years.
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Cindy Viner has been recognized as one of the top financial advisors in Canada.