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Amyn Juma

Investment Advisor

  • B. Comm

Working together to help you achieve what truly matters to you

Amyn Juma has integrated his passion for investments, empathy for people and global perspective to help create an exceptional wealth management experience for his clients. His name translates to “trustworthy” and Amyn places his clients’ interests above all else. He finds it rewarding to share his investment knowledge to help people achieve their goals.

 
Amyn’s fascination with the markets began when he started analyzing financial documents and studying trends in global marketplaces at a young age. Amyn studied finance at Ryerson University, completed his Commerce Degree, and joined TD in 2005. He is licensed to perform equity and options trading, has access to alternative investment strategies, and places risk management at the forefront of all client decisions. Amyn annually selects his charity of choice to honour his clients when supporting the TD United Way Campaign. He also volunteers to provide food to the homeless in downtown Toronto and teaches new Canadians financial literacy.

ADDITIONAL CONTACT

Toll Free: 1(800) 283-6849
Fax: (416) 308-7825
Branch Office: (416) 982-7650
Branch Fax: (416) 944-6610

LANGUAGES

English

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