Kent Manderville, Director of the IP Hockey Family Office, was recently interviewed by Brenda Bouw of the Globe & Mail. Kent’s story is compelling and certainly newsworthy: a former NHL player with 16 years on the ice, Kent has evolved into a second career with strong ties to professional hockey. As a CFA and CFP, Kent’s journey shows us that we can have more than one calling in our lifetimes–especially as hockey players, who retire at such early ages. Read about Kent and the deep purpose he’s found in his second career as a wealth management advisor for other hockey professionals.
Kent is Director of IP Private Wealth hockey professional brand, the IP Hockey Family Office. Kent played over 700 games in the NHL (National Hockey League) and has personal experience with the complexity of a professional athlete’s finances. Kent experienced firsthand the importance of comprehensive financial planning and wealth management, and for the second phase of his career joined IP Private Wealth to help other athletes optimize their finances using the IP 360° process.Kent enjoys most of all, spending quality time with his family. However; he can’t shed his love for hockey and can be found tying up his skates every opportunity to play with the Ottawa Senators Alumni. A graduate of Cornell University, Kent also holds the designation of Certified Financial Planner; he has also graduated all 3 exams for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.