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Wealth Management

Do business with us



Do you have $250,000 or more to invest? Discover our SIGNATURE SERVICE: multidisciplinary centres of expertise created to meet the specific needs of investors like you.


Full service brokerage – Desjardins Securities

You want to benefit from expert advice to invest in the stock market.

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Financial plan by caisse experts

With a Financial Plan as a starting point, advisors guide you towards customized strategies to help you achieve your goals and build a solid financial future.

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Private Wealth Management

You have substantial assets and are looking someone to oversee your financial and estate needs.

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Disnat Online Brokerage

You prefer to trade the markets on your own.

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Online with AccèsD

Access to savings and investment products available online and make your everyday transaction banking.

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  1. Desjardins Securities Inc. uses the commercial name “Desjardins Online Brokerage” for its discount brokerage activities. Discount brokerage products and services are gathered under the trade name “Disnat”. Desjardins Securities Inc. is a member of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization (IIROC) and the Canadian Investor Protection Fund (CIPF).