Our Team

 

Bringing over 40 years of experience to providing you with sound, reliable financial advice to help you achieve financial independence and peace of mind.


 

 

Greg O'BrienB. Comm, CFP, CLU

Certified Financial Planner

Greg is a Business Commerce graduate from Memorial University who began his career as an advisor with a major insurance company before joining the Dunphy Molloy team in 2013. With a focus on continuin...
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Shannon GrouchyCHS®, RPA

Associate Advisor

Shannon has a mandate to give you the highest level of client service by addressing your enquiries and assisting with your ongoing financial needs. He holds the Certified Health Insurance Specialist® ...
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Kevin DunphyCLU, CFP

Certified Financial Planner

Kevin has over 35 years’ experience in the Financial Planning Industry and has been President of Dunphy-Molloy & Associates Limited since 1993. He is the senior Financial Planner and holds the designa...
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Laura Hillier

Associate Advisor

Laura Hillier is the newest member of our Advisory Team, joining Dunphy Molloy after 20 years in the hospitality industry. While Laura had a very successful career in hospitality, rising through the r...
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Stephanie Pollard

Executive Assistant

Stephanie joined the Dunphy Molloy team in 2020 after moving home to Newfoundland. She has seven years of wealth management industry experience with high net worth clients. Her attention to detail and...
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Sandi Crane

Officer Manager

Sandi originally began her career in the Financial Planning Industry as an office administrator and has been in the industry for over 28+ years. Since returning to Dunphy-Molloy in 2015 she has taken ...
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Krysta Squires

Administrative Assistant

Krysta’s career in Financial Services began in 2013 when she joined the team at Dunphy Molloy & Associates in St. John’s NL, one of IPC’s busiest practices nationally. She became the first point of co...
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Alison Rose

Administrative Assistant

Alison may be the newest member of our team but collectively she has over 9 years of administrative experience and is looking forward to applying her skills to her new role here at Dunphy-Molloy. She ...
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Supporting the communities within which we work

 

At IPC, we built IPC Cares to bring together the various efforts we make towards enhancing the communities within which we operate. By adopting causes that are close to our hearts, we keep ourselves committed and accountable.

Last year alone, as a company, we supported the aid efforts on the Fort McMurray fires, palliative care through The Healing Cycle Foundation and women and children through The Salvation Army.

Perhaps the most significant effort we undertake, and one that we believe is representative of the kind of work that inspires and keeps us committed to our CSR efforts, is the community development project in Honduras with The Carpenteros & Friends. Last year’s project involved a group of IPC staff and Advisors volunteering their time and energy on the ground. Very little is as inspiring and rewarding as living the lives of the people you’re helping, and every one of the people who took the journey came back a changed person, even more determined to stay committed to making a difference in the world!

We also made countless small but significant contributions of our time and resources within our communities through many grassroots charities we believe in, and the ripple effect of their efforts are always rewarding.

Special Olympics Newfoundland and Labrador is dedicated to enriching the lives of Newfoundlanders and Labradoreans with an intellectual disability through sport. It is a provincial not-for-profit grassroots organization that provides sport training and competition opportunities for over 500 athletes of all ages and abilities. There are currently twelve community based clubs that offer sport programs. Through sport Special Olympics offers athletes and families a sense of achievement and an opportunity to excel as they take on leadership roles within their community,

Special Olympics is based on the belief that through sports training and competition, people with intellectual disabilities benefit physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually; families are strengthened; and the community at large, both through participation and observation, is united in understanding people with intellectual disabilities in an environment of equality, respect, and acceptance. If you are interested in supporting, or learning more about Special Olympics in your area please contact sonl@sonl.ca or visit our website www.sonl.ca.