for you.

Our family-owned brokerage focuses on finding an ideal insurance and investment solution to fit your personal or corporate needs. We strive to deliver service that is over and above your expectations.


We offer a wide range of insurance products from multiple insurance companies; including but not limited to: Life Insurance, Critical Illness Insurance, Disability Insurance, and Long-Term Care Insurance.


Life Insurance

Life insurance can be used to provide financial security and income for those you name as beneficiary, pay any debts and final expenses, or leave a legacy for future generations or charitable organizations that you care about.



Helps you to better cope with the financial and non-financial concerns that you and your family could face. Critical Illness Insurance Pays a Lump Sum Cash Benefit When You Are Diagnosed With a Critical Illness.



Disability insurance offers income protection to individuals who become disabled for a long period of time, and as a result can no longer work during that time period. We offer short and long term plans.


Wealth management combines both financial planning and specialized financial services, including personal retail needs analysis, estate planning, legal and tax advice, and investment management services. The goal of wealth management is to sustain and grow long-term wealth.



Unlike mutual funds, segregated funds provide a guarantee to protect part of the money you invest (75% to 100%). Even if the underlying fund loses money, you are guaranteed to get back some or all of your principal investment.


Digital Finance

An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is an investment fund that’s traded on a stock exchange, like a stock, but holds a basket of investments, like a mutual fund. Most ETFs track broad, well-established indices like the S&P 500 or TSX.



In return for a lump sum payment, an insurance company agrees to provide either a lifetime stream of income, the right to withdraw up to a certain percentage per year, or even an elevated lump sum payment at some future time.



You can think of a mutual fund as a company that brings together a group of people and invests their money on their behalf in this portfolio. Each investor owns shares of the mutual fund, which represent a portion of its holdings.


While Canada’s national healthcare program gives Canadians access to doctors and emergency medical treatment, it doesn’t cover everything. In fact, some new drug treatments can have very high costs. A group benefits plan helps to ensure your employees and their dependents are adequately protected.


Health & Dental

Without a benefits plan, employees must pay for day-to-day health, dental and prescription drug expenses with after-tax income. Employee benefit plans can be designed to cover these expenses using before-tax income—leaving more money in your employees’ pockets.


Group Disability

Group disability benefits ensure your investment is protected in case an employee becomes sick or injured.


Group RRSPs

A well-designed group benefits package can help to make your business more competitive, recruit top talent, retain employees and boost employee satisfaction and maintain productivity.

Our Team


Broker - Managing Partner

A veteran of the financial services industry, Michael has devoted 23 years to helping clients realize their personal and business goals. A MDRT and Advocis member, Michael specializes in both insurance and risk management solutions that are designed to meet his client’s personal and corporate needs. Michael began his career with Metlife in 1995 and has since moved on to Clarica and SunLife Financial before co-founding his own practice.

Happily married with four kids and two grandkids, Michael is a longstanding resident of Oakville. His hobbies include golf, travel and time spent with family.



Broker - Managing Partner

Having graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a BA in Business and Political Science, Brett has focused his past 10 years in the financial services industry. An advanced estate planner as well as a MDRT and Advocis member, Brett provides financial planning and wealth management expertise to both personal and corporate clients. Brett began his financial career at RBC Dominion Securities, analyzing portfolios for high net-worth advisors. He left RBC to serve as an advisor with SunLife Financial, where he managed more than 400 client portfolios over 7 years.

An advocate of healthy living, Brett enjoys golf, running, biking and travel. Happily married and living in Burlington, Brett was born and raised in Oakville.



Associate Advisor - Benefits Specialist

An Advocis member, Riaz meets each of his clients’ personal needs with best-fit life, critical illness and disability insurance solutions. Having graduated from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Commerce – Business Management, Riaz began his career on the retail side of home, auto and travel insurance with Cooperators Group. He has since served 4 years as a successful General Insurance specialist.

Riaz is an enthusiastic, long-time member of the Oakville community. His hobbies include soccer, golf and personal fitness.


Associate Advisor

Prior to joining Volpe Financial Solutions as an Associate Advisor, Gavin studied History/Political Science at University of Toronto and secured a Post-Graduate Business Diploma from Sheridan Institute of Technology. He served 3 years in Client Campaign Management with Pattison Outdoor, where he was responsible for overseeing the delivery of several high profile campaigns. Gavin is an Advocis member and is LLQP certified.

Although he currently resides in Toronto, Gavin was born and raised in Oakville. He enjoys golf, sports and travel.

Our Partners

IDC WIN is one of Canada’s largest life insurance managing general agencies, with strategically located offices across the country. There talented national team offers advisors a diverse network of professionals who have earned a solid reputation as industry leaders.

As one of the top five Chambers in Ontario, the Oakville Chamber of Commerce has over 1,200 member businesses who employ over 35,000 employees. Membership broadens opportunities to connect with this expansive network of business, political, and community leaders.

Advocis, The Financial Advisors Association of Canada, is the largest voluntary professional membership association of financial advisors in Canada, representing more than 13,000 members and 40 Chapters across the country.