"Caldwell Securities Believes" in Raising Funds for OTMH

Posted: November 17, 2015
(Oakville) November 19, 2015: The Oakville Hospital Foundation and Caldwell Securities Ltd. is proud to introduce “Caldwell Securities Believes” (“CSB”).
 
Caldwell Securities Ltd. (“Caldwell”) located in Oakville, is giving back to their local community through a new program that will help fund the ongoing equipment needs of Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.
 
Through the CSB program, Caldwell will donate 20 per cent of its Investment Management fees, in honour of their clients, to support the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. Funds raised from the CSB program will support the Hospital’s emerging priorities as government funding does not cover the cost of most medical equipment and technology. These contributions will have a very positive impact on patient care in our community.
 
Caldwell offers clients fee based Investment Management that will meet the needs of families, individuals, trust funds, foundations, and businesses from Advisors you trust. Caldwell was founded in Toronto in 1980, and expanded to Oakville in 2013. Caldwell is extremely grateful for the Oakville community’s warm welcome to our office on Cornwall Road. Their intent is to welcome new clients in a way that will also benefit the community. 
 
Please contact Chris Coderre, Vice President and Investment Advisor, to discuss how your investment portfolio with Caldwell Securities Ltd. can improve the health of our community today. Some restrictions may apply.
 



Bill Cooper, participant in “Caldwell Securities Believes” pictured with Chris Coderre from Caldwell Securities. 
 
For More Information:
Chris C. Coderre
Vice President & Investment Advisor
Caldwell Securities Ltd.
1464 Cornwall Road, Suite 5
Oakville, ON  L6J 7W5
Tel: 905-901-1892  X 234
ccoderre@caldwellsecurities.com
www.caldwellsecurities.com
 
 
Caldwell Securities Ltd. is Regulated by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada & Member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund.