Terry J. Fyke

Employee Benefits Consultant 
Four Points Financial Solutions Inc.

Tel: 204.235.0004 Ext 4

Toll Free: 866.235.0004 Ext 4

terry@fourpointsfinancial.com Resources for Clients


Terry was born in Regina, SK and raised and educated in Winnipeg, MB. He has been married to his wife, Marilyn, for 33 years and they have two adult daughters.

Terry began his career in the insurance industry on October 1, 1980 in the Employee Benefits area with a major insurance company in Winnipeg. He transferred to Toronto in October, 1982, where he worked closely with consultants, brokers and advisors in marketing, implementation and communications of Employee Benefits Programs to groups and organizations of various sizes.

In 1986, Terry transferred back to Winnipeg, where he was responsible for Group Marketing activities in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and North Western Ontario. In 1994, Terry left to join his father and brother in the family insurance firm.

He has in-depth knowledge and understanding in all areas related to Group Life & Health and Pension Plan issues, including plan design, marketing, pricing and administration.

Terry can assist companies and organizations of any size in implementing the Group Benefits program best suited to their needs on the most cost effective basis.







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