Francesca Rea, CFP

Educator, Coach, Speaker

I help people secure their financial future and rewrite their money stories with expert planning.

Are you looking for an opportunity to take control of your financial future and live the life you desire?

Rise Up Live Up Money Program  is designed by me, for you, to do just that.

This Audio Program shares a painful chapter of my financial and personal life and how I came out the other side. I realized there is more to money than just numbers and spreadsheets, and that shifting your mindset is a key piece to financial empowerment.

Francesca Rea
Janice Brown
Leisse Wilcox
April Stroink
Adele Tevlin
Danielle Amos
Krisha Young
Pattiw-Lovett Reid



20 Smart Money Moves

Take control of your finances and pave the way towards a brighter financial future with my “20 Smart Money Moves” handbook!

Inside this comprehensive guide, you’ll discover:
— Practical tips to grow your wealth
— Strategies to effectively manage debt
— Insights on securing your financial future


Money Love Affair — A Free Masterclass

Are you tired of being unhappy with your Financial path?

Do you find yourself repeating the same money stories and having a hard time making decisions?

It’s time to change that! I’m here to share my story of turning a painful chapter of betrayal into a passion for financial empowerment and abundance.

Discussing finances can be uncomfortable, and filled with fear and negativity. But remember, ‘it is never too late to start’ – it doesn’t matter where you came from or what your situation is, you can start now!


Francesca Rea, CFP on The Globe and Mail

How advisors can prepare for taking a sabbatical from their practice?

Sabbaticals are gaining in popularity, particularly after the pandemic, with Canadians from many sectors looking to take a leave of months, a year, or more to recharge and combat burnout.

Francesca Rea, a financial advisor at Assante Capital Management Ltd. in Mississauga, had always wanted to take a full month off to travel, but between work and taking care of her two young…

How women advisors, clients are working through disproportionate financial impact of COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant economic consequences for many women. For advisors, ensuring these clients remain on track to meet their financial goals has meant helping them refocus their plans and make practical decisions to reflect their current realities.

The pandemic has affected women disproportionately. According to an RBC Economics report published earlier this year…

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