Fanoula Filtsos

Fanoula Filtsos

Financial Services Manager

Fanoula Filtsos


I was born and raised here in Toronto by my parents who immigrated from Greece. I have lived here and travelled abroad to many countries and have spent countless summers in Greece with my family. In 1991 I was immersed into the restaurant industry which lasted about 16yrs. I was in the banking industry prior to that. I decided to return to the banking and financial industry in 2005 by becoming a life licensed agent and financial planner. In 2014,I was introduced into the Automobile Industry as a Financial Services Manager. I have a beautiful daughter who was married to her wonderful husband in Paris last year. My life has been a wonderful journey of travel, people and lots of experiences.

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My Schedule

11:00am – 8:00pm
9:00am – 5:00pm
12:00pm – 9:00pm
9:00am – 5:00pm
Day Off
9:00am – 6:00pm

Contact Me

(416) 423-2300

Me in a Few Questions

Where’s Home?


Where else would I run into you?

Probably run into me at my Yoga place of practice in North York, a restaurant in Greek Town or Yorkville..
Or maybe spice bazar in Turkey, the beaches of Greece or the Jazz Festival in Montreal.

Best meal you ever ate?

Fried Kalamari and Homemade Moussaka on the beaches of Crete.

Your hidden talent?

Singing, dancing and painting abstract art…

If time and money were no option where would you go?

To the Suk in Marrakesh the base of the Pyramids in Egypt, the city of Barcelona and Spain’s country side. Any beautiful beach snorkeling and drifting on a yacht.

If you could pick any Hollywood actor/actress to play you, who it would be?

Kate Winslet

The last book you read?

The true story of Henrietta Lacks who was the unknown contributor of her malignant cancer cells which became known as the He La Cells. They were the reason we discovered the vaccine for Polio and many other medical discoveries over the last 60plus years.

What is on your bucket list?

Spain and walking along the medieval streets of Madrid. Italy and the many ancient ruins and coast line.
Riding a hot air balloon in Cappadocia, visiting the ruins of Ismir… praying in a Buddhist temple with the Dalai Llama.

What is your morning mug filled with?

My own home brew of coffee mountain grown and cinnamon.

What was the last picture you took with your phone?

The beaches of Cuba.

What have you always wanted? Did you ever get it?

To visit Istanbul, Paris and see my daughter get married in Paris… Yes in the summer of 2016.

Best compliment you have received?

The best compliment I ever received was from a co worker who said I was the bright shining sun when I walked into work and brought joy into the office. Also how beautiful and brilliant my daughter is and she is just like her mom.

Do you trust anyone with your life?

Yes my family.

What is your perfect pizza?

Mushrooms, cheese, basil, artichokes, prosciutto, and asparagus.

Do you get along with your family? Why or why not?

My family is all about laughter!… My brothers are always being kidders and my daughter has a way of making me laugh out loud.

If you could be any age for a week, what age would that be?

What I am currently… ageless and happy to have arrived daily.

What type of music do you listen to?

Everything from Etta James to todays Pop favourites…Classics, Andrea Bocelli , all kinds of Middle Eastern and Greek Music.. I love most music but not a fan of heavy metal.

What cheers you up?

Small acts of kindness and statements of appreciation…. A good laugh goes a long way.

What is your favourite thing to spend money on?

Books and courses in the study of the mind and spiritual practice. Of course travel too and pampering myself.

Mountains or the beach?

Love both but if I had to pick one …beach

If you could retired tomorrow, what would you do?

Buy a place on a Greek Island and be a World Wide Web Wellness Coach and teach people to better themselves and get rid of beliefs that keep them from expansion. I would hold retreats there for women from all over the world and travel and lecture in workshops.