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Sean Lenehan

Investment AdvisorAssociate Portfolio Manager

  • B.Comm.

Sound investment advice built to help weather all market conditions

While serving clients over the past 30 years, Sean has developed long-lasting, rewarding relationships through his reliable advice, which is based on psychological and financial research. Feedback from his clients suggests that they appreciate his frank and honest communication.

Sean has surrounded himself with a team of highly-efficient individuals so he can concentrate on keeping ahead of economic and market trends, deciding overall market strategy, preparing strategic and tactical recommendations for clients, reviewing individual portfolios and conducting client meetings.

Sean joined CIBC in 1988 at 17 years old as a part-time teller and worked full-time in his 20s while attending the University of Windsor to earn his Bachelor of Commerce. He believes that getting work experience at a young age helped forge his success. Sean’s early positions included Financial Services Representative and Commercial Banking Representative. In 1998, Sean moved to TD Wealth Private Investment Advice. He later founded the Lenehan Wealth Management Group (LWMG). In addition to an Investment Advisor, Sean also served as Branch Manager –a position he held for two years while proudly winning Branch of the Year for one of them. In 2020, Sean obtained his Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) designation. This designation, along with leveraging technology, gives Sean the ability to conduct discretionary portfolio management services on behalf of clients.

Sean has a love for history, hockey and golf.  He grew up in Essex County and currently resides in Belle River with his wife, Sue.  Sean is proud dad to four sons: Liam, Aidan, Ashton and Grayson. 

Lenehan Wealth Management Group is 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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