Sloan is President and Partner in the Family Office Services group at Fuller Landau. He has over 15 years of experience providing objective advisory services to high net worth individuals and their families to help preserve and growth their wealth. Sloan helps his clients design and implement wealth management and tax strategies that, in turn, minimize their taxes for the year. He provides knowledge on a wide range of financial areas, including investment portfolio asset allocation and manager recommendation, insurance, tax planning, and wills and estates.
Clients often describe Sloan as focused, responsive, and personable. By walking them through complex issues, he provides his clients with a peace of mind that their decisions are beneficial for growing their personal and familial wealth.
Having recently obtained his FAMILY ENTERPRISE ADVISOR™ (FEA) designation, Sloan has enhanced his ability to help multi-generational family enterprises navigate areas such as family communication, effective governance structure and thoughtful continuity planning.
He is also sits on the Baycrest Centre Foundation Investment Committee and Audit and Finance Committee, and has been part of the Robins Hebrew Academy Investment Committee since 2012. In his spare time, Sloan enjoys playing sports and spending time with his family and friends.
Academic Achievements, Memberships, and Professional Designations
- Member, CPA Canada
- Member, CPA Ontario
- Financial Planning Standards Council
- The Society of Trust and Estate Professional (STEP)
- Family Enterprise Xchange (FEX)
- Graduate Diploma in Public Accountancy – McGill University
- Bachelor of Commerce, Accountancy – Concordia University
- Baycrest Investment Committee and Audit and Finance Committee
- RHA Investment Committee
- Globe and Mail quotes Sloan Levett in article, “Baby boomers face a new, lean inheritance reality” (July 31, 2012)
- “The Magic Number – Do You Have Enough Money to Retire?” (Bakers Journal, July 2012)
- Windfall of Inheritance, the cash needs to me managed (March 1, 2012)
- The Tricky Job of Preserving Capital (April 15, 2011)
- Globe and Mail quotes Sloan Levett of Fuller Landau in article titled “Five ways to trim investor-related costs” (January 16, 2009)
- Globe and Mail quotes Sloan Levett of Fuller Landau in article titled “TSX to resume trading Thursday” (December 17, 2008.)
- “Tax Free Savings Account – What’s it all about”, (Raison d’Etre, Fall/Winter 2008)
- Report on Business quotes Sloan Levett in article, “Stock market rout continues” (November 6, 2008)
- Globe and Mail quotes Sloan Levett in article, “Nervous investors bombard advisors” (October 9, 2008)
- “An Inspiring Succession Planning Case Study” (Raison d’Etre, Fall/Winter 2008, co-authored with Bruce Roher)
- “Multi-Family Office – What Is It and Is It Right for You?” (Raison d’Etre, Spring 2008)
- “The Magic Number – Do You Have Enough Money to Retire?” (Raison d’Etre, Winter 2007)
- “Income Trusts – Can You Trust Them?” (Raison d’Etre, Summer 2005)
- Financial Post features Sloan Levett in article, “Can this Man Save Your Millions?” (2005)
- “You’re Never too young to Start Saving” (Raison d’Etre, Winter 2004)
- “The Benefit of Individual Pension Plans” (Raison d’Etre, Winter 2004)
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