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Global Securities was founded in 1987, by current Chairman, Art Smolensky. As a committed employee-owned firm with locations across Canada, Global strives to offer the highest level of integrity, personalized service, trading expertise, market research and analysis.

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Global’s access to a wealth of investment products and services brings you a world of choices to structure a portfolio uniquely suited to you. Whether you are interested in GICs and mutual funds, high yield dividend stocks and convertible debentures, or new ventures with growth potential, a Global advisor can help you steer through all the possibilities. Global puts at your disposal the tools you need to diversify your portfolio and achieve your goals.

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