Vince Wiegers

Certified Financial Planner®
Senior Account Representative
Manulife Securities Investment Services Inc.


Raised in Lanigan, SK, Vince began working with PCS Allan Division in 1980. In 1986, he made a career change to the financial services industry. Vince pursued education in this field attaining the designations of Certified Life Underwriter (CLU); Certified Financial Planner (CFP); and Chartered Financial Consultant (CH.F.C.). Vince wrote all three levels of the Certified Financial Analyst to better understand portfolio and risk management. He had a plan and a passion to assist individuals in the financial planning process, finding his niche in the retirement field. In 2016, he was recognized for 30 years in the industry. There has been a lot of change throughout this time period. Being able to adapt to these changes has been a very rewarding challenge. Working closely with our clients has forged both business and personal relationships that have remained steadfast throughout uncertain times in the world.

Over the years, Vince has enjoyed the challenges of running marathons. He enjoys time spent at Emma Lake in all seasons; whether it be snowmobiling, boating or fishing. Time spent with family holds a special place in his heart.


Brenda Montieth

Executive Assistant, Manulife Securities Investment Services Inc.


In 2000, Brenda partnered with Vince.  In 2009, Brenda began pursuing an education in tax planning. She completed a 2-year study program which resulted in the DFA-Tax Services Specialist designation. Her role within the company now encompasses all areas of business management. Brenda will continue to work one-on-one to service clients' needs and looks forward to specializing in the area of estate planning.

Free time is enjoyed at their cabin at Chitek Lake and fishing is a passionate pastime! As well, she has spent many years doing genealogical research; with the past few years having the ability to attend conferences and adventure on road trips to meet new friends and long lost family. Needlework, gardening, reading and cooking are all activities that Brenda enjoys and she knows that when retirement comes her way there is a long list waiting of ‘Things to Accomplish’!