CALL

LOCATE

Our Partners

Greg Jizmejian

Greg Jizmejian


CFP®, CLU, CH.F.C., TEP, EPC Estate Planning Advisor

Since 1985, Greg has been helping families protect the people and values they cherish most. In 2019, after 17 successful years as vice president, estate and insurance advisor at a bank owned investment firm, he joined Raymond James as their estate planning advisor for the GTA.

For more than 15 years, Greg has been an ardent supporter of JDRF. The fundraising team he founded, No More Pricks, has raised $100,000 and counting. In 2007, Greg began an annual fundraising bike ride from Toronto to Niagara, and he currently serves on the Toronto JDRF ride cabinet. A graduate in fine arts from the University of Toronto, Greg is a regular contributor to stage designs for performances in his church, and has a modest collection of paintings from his travels to Bali, Russia, Italy, Cuba, Armenia and India.

Greg is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), and Chartered Financial Consultant (CH.F.C). Most recently, in 2017 he completed the Elder Planning Counselor program (EPC) and also achieved the Trust & Estate Practitioner designation (TEP).

Trevor Parry

Trevor R. Parry M.A., LL.B, LL.M (Tax). TEP


Senior Estate Planning Advisor

Trevor holds an undergraduate degree in History from Trinity College at the University of Toronto, a Master’s Degree in History from the University of Toronto, a Bachelor of Laws degree from Queen’s University and a Master of Laws in Taxation from Osgoode Hall. Trevor’s insights have been published in periodicals, journals, and newspapers across Canada and he has provided professional commentary for the Business News Network, among other media outlets. He also speaks regularly across the country for organizations such as STEP and Advocis. Trevor is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, the Canadian Tax Foundation, the Albany Club, and the Royal Canadian Military Institute. He is an Associate Member of CALU and is a member in good standing of the Law Society of Upper Canada, having been called to the Ontario Bar in 1996.