PETER J. PERRY founded in 1978 and is still the operating president. The company is a London, Ontario-based Insurance and Investment Brokerage specializing in RRSPs, Tax-Free Savings Accounts, Segregated Funds, Tax Shelters, RRIFs & LIFs, Creditor Proofing, Annuities, Educational Savings Plans, GICs, Individual And Group Benefits, Life Insurance, Critical Illness And Long-Term Care Coverage & Health and Disability Insurance, Mortgage Insurances.
Being a certified and award-winning independent brokerage allows Peter to custom-tailor financial portfolios to suit the specific needs of the client and easily make amendments as one journeys through the various stages of their life. Peter's acclaimed background in health and fitness as a Drug-Free World & Canadian Powerlifting Champion makes him particularly mindful of retirement, health and long-term care planning. Peter prides himself on taking a holistic approach to financial planning and incorporating all aspects of life into the advice he provides his clients.
Some interesting facts about Peter are that he is born in Toronto and grew up in Sault Ste. Marie since the age of 1. He became a St. Mary's knight due to his academics and sports and is a graduate of St. Mary's College in Sault Ste. Marie. He was the manager of Vic Tanny's from 1974 to 1978 before launching his Insurance Agency and beginning a new career path.
His athletic accomplishments include being an 8 time Canadian open Powerlifting Champion from 1976 to 1984. He was the North American Powerlifting Champion in 1979, and dedicated his trophy to the woman he promised he would dedicate it to in this novel, Jessica. Peter was also the US Deadlift Champion in 1980, Open World IPf 5th place in 1982, World Masters level one Drug-free Powerlifting Champion in 1991, and 3 time Canadian Masters Powerlifting Champion in the years 1991, 1992, and 1993. Best lifts certified by the IPF judge are: squat at 733 lbs, bench press at 450 lbs and deadlift at 775 lbs at a body weight of 208 lbs. Knee wraps and squat suit plus a lifting belt was the only equipment used.