Building your wealth today, for tomorrow.
Welcome to Financial Clarity.
We are dedicated to providing wealth-seeking investors ACCESS to investment opportunities both within the public and private realm that are typically reserved for the ultra high net worth and institutional investor.
Schedule an Appointment
I provide comprehensive financial planning which encompasses retirement, education, investment, estate, insurance and tax planning. You can trust that I will consistently and responsibly perform all requested services and that I will be available when you need me.
Mitch McLean, Financial Advisor
The Wealthy Invest Differently
The largest and most successful institutional investors in the world (i.e., Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
and the Yale Endowment Fund) as well as the world’s wealthiest families create true lasting wealth
by investing in a mix of both public and private investments.
Our goal is to democratize these private investment opportunities for wealth creation, and where appropriate, provide our clients with the same investment techniques used by ultra high net worth and institutional investors.
Are you getting the financial
advice you need?
Partnering with a Global Leader
Mandeville Private Client holds your assets in custody with Fidelity Clearing Canada, ULC, a leading carrying
broker in the Canadian marketplace. Fidelity, like Mandeville, is a member of the Canadian Investor
Protection Fund (CIPF) and the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC).
Fidelity is a global leader in the delivery and servicing of investment accounts. It has access to a vast global
network of expertise which benefits Mandeville and its Canadian clients.
FIDELITY CLEARING CANADA ®
Keeping You Informed
Insurer says it will pay dentists’ claims for pandemic coverage
The reassurance to the dental community comes two weeks after provincial dental associations... Learn More ›
Ottawa, banks near deal on coronavirus small business loans
Banks and government have rushed to get the loan program ready since it was announced on March 27, with input from groups... Learn More ›
Looking to Retire
Couple’s plan to quit work at age 60 hits a snag: market turbulence
They had hoped to quit working at age 60, but – like so many Canadians – their early-retirement dreams are fading. Planning has become difficult, if not impossible, because of turbulence in financial markets. ... Learn More ›
Who We Serve