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Rick Goossen

BA(Hons), LLB, LLM, PhD
Relationship Manager & Strategic Planning Specialist

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Known for his loyalty, drive and strong work ethic, Rick Goossen brings more than 25 years of senior level experience and higher education to his roles as Relationship Manager and Strategic Planning Specialist with Covenant.

Rick holds a PhD from Middlesex University (United Kingdom), a Master's of Law from Columbia University and is currently the Director of Entrepreneurial Leadership, Transforming Business at the University of Cambridge. Additionally, he co-teaches a course on marketplace theology at Regent College.

Rick was previously CEO of M&A Capital Corp., working with select companies to provide strategic planning, innovative value creation, business development, and advisory board leadership. Rick has also held positions as director, officer, advisor and shareholder in a number of industries, including a five year stint in Hong Kong working for Johnson, Stokes & Master and Hambro Pacific.

His expertise is used to guide individuals and families on how to connect with holistic financial and advisory services. In addition, he provides specialized advisory services to family businesses, assisting them with transitions, successions and strategic planning.

Secure in his faith, Rick starts each day with prayer and strategic reflection. When not at work, he can be found spending time with his wife and four children.

Family. Wealth. Harmony.®

Covenant Family Wealth Advisors' certified financial advisors and business succession planning experts help guide families through the technical and emotional aspects of managing wealth, estate planning and business succession. Our experienced financial management team uses a Christian perspective that is rarely found in traditional financial planning, and we work closely with you to develop a personal Holistic Stewardship Plan that encompasses financial planning, estate planning, family business transition and philanthropy.

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