Kiki Delaney remembers having to sneak into company meetings held in clubs that would admit only men. Now, she is a member of the Order of Canada and is being honoured by the investment industry as an entrepreneur and pioneer
Al Jones used to work on a government farm teaching life skills to kids with big problems. Now, he's a financial advisor who advises clients on financial planning, insurance and investments - and the change in careers is not that big a stretch
While most advisors spend their careers helping their clients accumulate assets, Ian Moyer focuses on helping older clients convert their retirement savings into income. "A lot of people are taking money out of their plans," he says. "It's a huge market"