Justin Pasula

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Portfolio Manager, Associate Investment Advisor

CFP®, CIM®, FCSI®

Spoken languages : English

Justin Pasula is a Portfolio Manager and Associate Investment Advisor for the Mercier and Mercier Group. He has been delivering top quality customer service and financial advice to high net worth clients for over a decade. With a passion for helping others, he loves nothing more than to see when hard work pays off in the form of client success. He has a privileged position in which he assists people from varied financial stages and is able to channel this experience to benefit those he works with.

 

Justin is a graduate from MacEwan University, where he was distinguished on the Dean’s list specializing in Communications. He is registered as a Portfolio Manager, holds the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®) designation, the Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designation and a Certificate in Advanced Investment Advice. He is also a holder of the Fellowship of the Securities Institute (FCSI®) designation which is reserved for those represent the utmost integrity and professionalism. The Fellow of CSI (FCSI®) brings a rare combination of industry expertise, advanced education and unparalleled ethical standards to financial services. The result: dedicated  leaders you can trust.

 

Previously enjoying a career as a freelance film and television editor, Justin started off working on one of his favorite Alberta based productions, North of 60. He then went on to edit many high profile shows some of which included MTV Pepsi Breakout, documentaries for CBC Passionate Eye and Rough Cuts, NHL Pay Per View, The Things We do for Love, The Tourist and numerous films for the National Film Board.

Justin also enjoys photography, cooking, songwriting and playing electric guitar with his band. Athletically, he has taken both competitive swimming and volleyball to the provincial level and has spent many hours studying Wing Chun Kung Fu. When he is not at work, he values his free time spent with his spouse and two children.