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About KBH

Financial Services Professional & Author
Author | Entrepreneur | Educator | Speaker

Kevin-Barry Henry

I have been in Financial Services since 1997 and I love working with Grandparents and their families to find solutions to their financial questions. I also enjoy public speaking.

My Story

My name is Kevin-Barry Henry, or KB as most people know me. I grew up in a bilingual home with a twist: My Mom was Franco-Ontarian and my Dad is an Anglo-Quebecois. After my family suffered through the premature death of my Mom with no will in 1993, I and my two sisters finally had to help my Dad move into a retirement residence in 2013 and leave the family homestead of 45 years behind. You learn a lot going through those experiences and I know I am not alone. I’ve managed money and investments my entire career, but when I built my own company, I decided I would focus on my Dad and folks like him.

Whether you need a personal care and estate plan or you just want to help your children and grandchildren out financially, we help with advice, structure and management.

With Gratitude,


K-B is proud and happy dog owner and volunteer dog walker. His family is his priority and the reason for this book. He was a volunteer ski patrol for several years in Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec. He is an avid Stock Market history buff. He has been playing softball at different levels for 40 years. He also enjoys cycling, practicing Yoga and Meditating.

K-B was a professional stock trader on the NASDAQ stock exchange for 4 years before moving into managing private clients’ investments and risk. There was a difficult start to his trading career. Having been hired by one of the large Canadian trading houses to trade the US markets, and surviving the grueling training period (only 2 of the 16 traders in his class were hired), his first live trading day was September 10th 2001. As a rookie, he was laid off the following day, after the terrible events of September 11th, 2001 before being re-hired a few weeks later.

Kevin-Barry Henry