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Don Chung, MBA, CIM®
Paul Myring, B.A., C.F.P
Frank Lin, B.A. (Econ)
Lester Shao, B.A. (Econ)
Claudia Oroianu-Wallin, CFP®, PFP, CIM, BBA
Christy Ngai, B. Comm.
Anna Chung, B.A.
Sue Lasby
Helen Ji, B. Comm
Jacqueline Shen, B.A.
Alexandra Gross

885 West Georgia Street
18th Floor
Vancouver, BC
V6C 3E8

Other Locations

595 Burrard St.
Vancouver, BC
V7X 1L7

2601 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC
V6H 3H2

1505 Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancouver, BC
V7M 2J4

913 Park Royal South
West Vancouver, BC
V7T 1A1

5640 Cowrie & Wharf
Sechelt, BC
V0N 3A0

1001 Gibsons Way
Unit 101
Gibsons, BC
V0N 1V8

38201 Cleveland Ave.
Squamish, BC
V8B 0B1

Anna Chung, B.A.

Client Service Assistant, West Vancouver

Tel: (604) 601-3740 (Vancouver) / (604) 903-1091 (West Vancouver)

Fax (604) 601-3746


Anna Chung is an investment representative at DCM Wealth Management. She works with Christy in the West Vancouver Branch in order to ensure our administration runs smoothly.

Anna graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelors of Arts. After graduating, with a major in economics and minor in publishing, Anna immediately began her venture into the banking world. Starting her career in banking services, Anna is able to coordinate between our wealth management group and the banking area seamlessly. Her broad experience allows her to understand both the customized wealth planning as well as the general banking needs of our customers. After a few years, Anna decided to switch into the financial sector. Being certified by the Canadian Securities Institute, Anna began to adapt her customer service knowledge into the financial sector. Her genuine care for each of our clients is evidenced by the huge effort she puts in to put our clients at ease. She is truly a welcome addition to our team.

Like Christy, Anna is also fluent in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin. Her blend of languages allows her to fully address the concerns of all our multicultural clients. After work hours, Anna spends most of her time taking care of her young son. Together, they relax by going to the local pool and swimming a few laps. At the moment, her son needs her attention most of the time; however, when she is able to find a few seconds, Anna enjoys picking up a new novel on psychology.