National Initiative for the care of the elderly, Canadian Initiative for Elder Planning Studies
Leveraging nearly four decades of financial experience, Ted Wernham has served as the President of Wernham Wealth Management, Inc., in London, Ontario, since 2000. In this position, Wernham employs his proprietary process known as ”From Puzzle to Blueprint” to assist clients in getting their financial situation in order. He begins by performing a complete analysis of a person’s current financial status and subsequently prescribes an array of steps that can be taken to ensure lifetime income and reduce taxation. Holding distinction as an Elder Planning Counselor and a Chartered Financial Services Broker, he has received several awards and accolades, such as Outstanding Young Londoner, Manager of the Year, and the National Quality Award. Prior to taking over as President, Wernham spent several years learning the nuances of the business as an income and personal asset manager with the firm. He gained additional firsthand experience as a wealth coach and financial advisor with London Life for more than 25 years. Over the course of his career, Ted Wernham has contributed to the profession in manifold ways, including service on the National Board of Directors. In addition, Wernham presided as chair of three National Standing Committees, was the Director of the Canadian Initiative for Elder Planning Studies, and hosts the weekly radio program Boomer Wealth on AM980 in Ontario, which covers the full spectrum of personal finance topics. At www.boomerwealthcoach.ca, he maintains a frequently updated blog with in-depth coverage of the latest developments in personal asset management and provides links to videos, free financial tools, and podcasts of his radio show. Aside from his work in the financial services industry, Ted Wernham previously acted as the Chair of the London Transit Commission and was a four-term member of London’s City Council. An alumnus of the University of Western Ontario, Ted Wernham graduated from the institution in 1974.