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Andrew Peat

Senior Portfolio Manager

  • CFA®

Sound investment advice built to help weather all market conditions

Andrew guides clients to make informed decisions with respect to investment policy, asset allocation, and designs and manages discretionary investment portfolios according to the industry's highest ethical and professional standards.

Andrew joined TD in 1997 and has been a Portfolio Manager since 1999. For two years, Andrew served on Private Investment Counsel's Strategic Council as well as the Investment Committee, which is responsible for the design and monitoring of the firm's investment mandates.

As a serious and objective steward of his clients' wealth, Andrew strives to provide meaningful insight and advice and develop long-term relationships based on trust and mutual understanding with the ultimate goal of generating positive outcomes. While analytical and detail-oriented, he serves clients in an attentive and straightforward manner.

Andrew holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Queen's University and is a Chartered Finanacial Analyst charterholder. He is currently the Treasurer of Oriole Nursery School.

Andrew lives in mid-town Toronto with his wife and two daughters.

ADDITIONAL CONTACT

Branch Office: (416) 982-7650

LANGUAGES

English

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