Who We Are


We are a team dedicated to helping our clients achieve financial success. In today’s world, we believe a team approach allows our organization to provide high quality information about financial products and services.

For Businesses


Companies large and small can benefit from solutions that help protect your business and the people who work for you. Because every business is unique, plans can be tailored to suit your specific needs.

For Individuals


Growing and protecting the income you and your family depend on is a challenge. Whether it’s through life insurance, health insurance or an investment strategy, we can offer solutions to help you build lifetime financial security.

 



17 Apr 2017

The Steele Group’s Q1 2017 E-Newsletter

Q1 Graphic (146 x 70)The first welcome signs of spring are arriving and we can start looking forward to summer. In reviewing the first quarter of 2017, financial markets in Canada and around the world continued to be lifted by positive momentum, based on the expectation of continued economic growth, low interest rates, and moderately rising inflation.

Full story at thesteelegroup.ca

10 Nov 2016

U.S. Election Commentary

TrumpDonald Trump’s election as the next U.S. president was not a popular choice for capital markets. However, it appears to represent the average American’s demand for change. Bond, stock and currency markets were very volatile during 24 hours leading up to the election. Stocks are 2-3% higher from the lows, while bonds, foreign currencies and gold bullion are 2-3% lower from their highs. Market reaction calmed following Trump’s victory speech, which was a lot more modest than his campaign speeches.

Full story at thesteelegroup.ca

27 Jun 2016

Brexit Market Commentary

BREXITIn an historic development, U.K. citizens have voted in favour of their country leaving the European Union (EU) by a slim margin of 52% to 48%. The news triggered a dramatic reaction on global financial markets on June 24, with share prices declining sharply and prices for bonds and gold increasing. In currency markets, the U.S. dollar was up against most currencies, while the euro and British pound dropped.

Full story at thesteelegroup.ca