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Introducing William Buss


Welcome to the team William Buss.


Here we grow again! We are excited to announce the addition of William Buss to our Group Team.

After living in Ottawa for the past 6 years, Tammy’s eldest son William has returned to London to join the Buss Financial Team. He brings with him a combination of a hearty thirst for knowledge and a passion for developing new skills.

Introducing Shelby Romphf


Introducing Shelby Romphf

We are thrilled to introduce you to Shelby Romphf! Shelby has joined our team in the position of Receptionist and Client Service Ambassador. Shelby is a graduate of Western University and brings with her some past experience working in the financial industry. Shelby’s pleasant demeanor, positive attitude and help’s first attitude make her a valuable part of our team.

Please introduce yourself to Shelby the next time you call or stop by the office. You’ll see her smiling face at our reception desk.

Welcome to the team Nicole Hill


Welcome to the team, Nicole Hill!

We are excited to introduce that Nicole Hill has joined our team as an Advisor Assistant. Nicole brings with her 6 years of experience working in the financial industry. She is a graduate of Fanshawe College’s Executive Administration program.

Nicole will be working directly with Tammy, to create the best possible experience for our clients. She is passionate about helping people achieve their goals.

When she is not at the office, Nicole enjoys walking in Springbank Park, reading, or watching TV. Nicole is also an avid Disney World fan and likes to keep current on what’s happening at the Orlando theme parks.

Here we grow again!


Here we grow again!


We are excited to announce the addition of Greg French to our Advisor Team. Greg began his career as an Financial Advisor with Desjardins Financial Security Investments in 2014. His experience as an independent advisor has strengthened his ability to assess financial needs, develop financial plans and build strong and lasting relationships with clients.

Mental Health in the Workplace

It is important to communicate ideas, and encourage participation in the workforce when brainstorming action plans.

Addressing psychological health and safety in the workplace provides many benefits to the organization, and you can do so with a limited budget and resources. Simply opening up a dialogue about psychological health and safety in the workplace can result in many positive changes for the employees. There is a National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace that organizations can use as a guideline to implement a procedure, but there are many other options available. The procedure chosen will likely depend on the size and complexity of the organization. When selecting a process, it is important to communicate ideas, and encourage participation in the workforce when brainstorming action plans. Establish a way that the plan can be incorporated in the day-to-day routine. Finally, take the time to analyze how the procedure is working and take corrective action to amend the parts that are not working.  

To read more about how to successfully implement a plan to address psychological health and safety in the workplace, visit https://www.workplacestrategiesformentalhealth.com