Michael Janacek understands that serving clients’ financial and investment needs begins with building strong, lasting partnerships. With more than 38 years of experience in the financial services industry, Mike advises clients on a broad range of wealth management strategies. Mike knows each client has unique individual needs and financial goals for the future. A thoughtful, attentive advisor, Mike’s underlying mission is to develop, implement and monitor appropriate plans for his clients based on their goals and risk tolerance.
Offering a wide range of investment services, Mike is committed to helping you achieve your financial goals. Specializing in complete wealth management strategies, he works with clients to design investment portfolios to meet their individual needs.
Before joining Raymond James as a Financial Advisor, Mike worked at other financial services firm for 31 years as a Financial Advisor. Mike has been a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute since 1982.
Mike graduated from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute of Technology in 1974 with a Certificate in Public Health (C.P.H.I). He worked as a Public Health Inspector for five years before entering the securities industry. Mike additionally completed his accreditation in Options Trading, and completed the Directors and Partners qualifications with the Canadian Securities Institute. A firm believer in continuing education, Mike worked as a night school instructor at Durham College from 1980 to 2011, and is very proud to have been recognized by Durham College with an “outstanding teaching” award.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Mike has lived in Ottawa, Chapleau, London and Ajax, Ontario. He currently resides in Brooklin, Ontario and enjoys spending time with his wife Cory, his associate at Raymond James, and their four children, Ian, Lyndsay, Megan and Sarah. When he is not working with clients, Mike enjoys reading, writing, researching equities, travelling with his wife, and sometimes golfing, Mike is a diehard Montreal Canadiens and former Expos fan, and is now pulling for the Jays.