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Rupert Hamilton

Portfolio ManagerInvestment Advisor

  • CIM®

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Since moving to Canada in 1994, Rupert Hamilton has worked in the financial services sector in Toronto. He has been with TD Wealth since 2005, where he helps develop wealth management strategies, and builds and manages investment portfolios for high net worth individuals and corporate clients that are tailored to help meet their unique goals and requirements. Rupert and his team are committed to providing clients with a high level of personalized customer service.

Rupert graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a BA in History and earned a Master of Business Studies, specializing in International Business, from the Smurfit School of Business at University College Dublin. He holds the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®) designation, which allows him to provide discretionary portfolio management in Canada.

Rupert is a member of the board of the Yellow Bus Foundation and volunteers as the Co-Chair of the Special Olympics Ontario World Invitational Games. He served on the board of Special Olympics Ontario for 16 years. Rupert and his wife, Minnow, have two sons – Ryan and Michael. The latest surprise addition to their family is an Australian Labradoodle named Scruffy. In his spare time, Rupert enjoys playing golf and travelling with his wife.

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The Hamilton Wealth Management Group is a part of TD Wealth Private Investment Advice, a division of TD Waterhouse Canada Inc., which is a subsidiary of The Toronto-Dominion Bank.


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Master Business Studies, International Business from Smurfit School of Business, B.A. History from Trinity College Dublin


Yellow Bus Foundation - Board of Directors

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