Support King's Through an Investment

Support from generous investors have made it possible to deliver a vibrant Christian university education. By choosing to invest in King's through RRSPs, TFSAs, or our Supporter Loan plan, you play a part in the future success of hundreds of students—all while providing for your own financial future.

RRSP Investments

You can now open a Concentra Financial Self Directed RRSP and work towards your retirement goals while supporting The King’s University. Your RRSP is a self directed plan, managed by Concentra Financial and invested in the King’s campus property mortgage.

The self directed RRSP is governed by a declaration of trust and fee schedule. King’s pays the annual administration fees for plans valued at $10,000 or higher in December each year. Interest is set at the beginning of each quarter-year based on current rates as a benchmark. Interest is compounded and credited on a quarterly basis.

The current interest rate is 2.4% and is always 1% higher than the posted BMO GIC rate.

Set up your RRSPs with King's

The following downloadable documents allow you to set-up and manage your Concentra Financial Self Directed RRSP with King's. Should you require any assistance or if you would like to request paper copies from our office, contact us at rrsp@kingsu.ca or call us today at 780-465-8307. We're happy to help.

RRSP Application
RRSP Third party consent form
RRSP Beneficiary form

RRSP Direct transfer in form
RRSP Fact sheet
RRSP Letter of direction (sample)
RRSP Self-Directed Deposit Form
RRSP Self-Directed Registered Accounts Fee Schedule

TFSA Investments

Your Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) is a self directed plan, managed by Concentra Financial and invested in a King’s mortgage.”

The 2018 annual contribution limit is $5,500.

The Self Directed TFSA is governed by a Declaration of Trust and a fee schedule. King’s pays the annual administration fees for plans valued at $10,000 or higher in December each year. Interest is set at the beginning of each quarter-year based on current rates as a benchmark. Interest is compounded and credited on a quarterly basis.

The current interest rate is 2.4% and is always 1% higher than the posted BMO GIC rate.