We rise by lifting others up.
– Robert Ingersoll –
Edmund Chien – President – Lead Consultant
Edmund has 15 years experience advising high net worth investors in the areas of wealth management and business development. He’s been licensed as an Investment Advisor in both private equity and with BMO Nesbitt Burns. In addition to those experiences, Ed has also been insurance licensed and has built a practice at Sun Life Financial in their career sales force.
In his time as a senior advisor, Edmund has also been a mentor and manager to junior advisors teaching them the importance of emotional intelligence and soft skills development.
Ed learned a lot of those principles through the Canadian Armed Forces Leadership school in CFB Petawawa and has close to 10 years experience in the Canadian Military, serving as a paratrooper, infanteer, combat medic, and boot camp instructor.
In addition to his military training, Ed holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Ryerson Theatre School. It is through arts training that one learns the pinnacles of communication which is high-level soft skills and emotional intelligence training.
Today, Ed serves as the president of Asians Without Borders (AWB) which helps executives in the Asian community develop soft skills and gain leadership training. Ed’s other charitable work includes serving on the committee of the ROM Young Patron’s Circle, mentoring military veterans transitioning into the workforce, and supporting veteran organizations such as Canada Company, True Patriot Love, and Treble Victor.
Rinn Maximus – Associate Consultant
Rinn is an international business professional having lived, worked and studied in numerous cities across Europe and North America. Originally from Ireland, she attended the Dubin Institute of Technology and earned a Bachelor’s of Business Management. A year of her studies also including living in Germany and attending the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Economics) in Berlin where she studied global marketing and German.
Her focus as a business development and communications consultant has led her to establish herself in cities such as New York, Barcelona, and Miami.
In 2010, Rinn’s global experience brought her to Toronto’s quickly emerging innovation hubs. Since then she has built substantial experience working with start-ups, green energy initiatives, and innovative technology companies.
Today, Rinn assists Flow Cap clients by bringing a global business perspective in the areas of business development and public relations. She has experience in private equity, start-ups, and public companies.
Her charitable efforts include Sick Kid’s Hospital and Meagan’s Walk.
Rashi Bindra – Associate Consultant – Events Coordinator
Rashi is originally from India but was raised in the flourishing country of Dubai. When she was 12 her family emigrated to Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was in Quebec that she pursued her Bachelor of Arts, Economics at the John Molson School of Business, Concordia University. Following post-secondary school, Rashi continued her education in the areas of high-level marketing and advertising for the luxury goods industry.
She is an experienced Montreal fashion events blogger and though she is a trained economist, Rashi has combined her education with some of her passions. In 2013, Rashi started her own marketing and events production agency. A year later, having established her business in Montreal, she relocated to Toronto while knowing no one. Through her charitable efforts and networking, she has been able to expand her growing production agency in the two largest Canadian cities. Her expertise spans many Canadian companies from start-up to Fortune 500, including her own.
As an executive of Flow Cap Advisory, Rashi brings a wealth of international and inter-cultural perspectives to the team.
Though her charitable efforts and contributions are numerous, Rashi also exercises a personal belief to give in silence and without accolades.