Sean Murphy

Sean Murphy

Portfolio Manager




Wealth management that evolves as your needs, priorities and circumstances change over time



(780) 448-8952

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10088 102 Avenue NW Suite 2400 Edmonton, AB T5J 2Z1. map

Sean is passionate about investing and about helping people to reach their goals. He left his earlier career as a lawyer so that he could pursue these passions in his work. Prior to joining TD Wealth Private Investment Counsel, Sean worked as a Tax and Estate Planner with the Wealth Advisory Services team at TD Wealth, where his focus was helping clients to resolve their tax and estate planning issues. In his current role, Sean finds a great deal of satisfaction in helping clients develop and implement holistic wealth management plans that go beyond their investment portfolios.

A lifelong Albertan, Sean moved from Wetaskiwin to Edmonton to study engineering at the University of Alberta in 2003. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in 2008 before continuing his studies at the university in the Faculty of Law that same year. He graduated with his Bachelor of Laws degree in 2011 and was admitted to the Bar in Alberta in 2012 after completing his articles with a firm in Edmonton. He transitioned to inactive status with the Law Society of Alberta after joining TD Wealth Private Investment Counsel.

Sean holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) designation from the CFA Institute. He also holds the Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP) designation from the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP).

Sean lives with his wife Natalie, daughter Isla and their two dogs in south Edmonton. Outside of work, he tries to balance out his love for food by staying active and going to the gym. He also enjoys reading, watching movies and following the NFL.








Bachelor of Laws, University of Alberta, 2011

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As 2023 draws to a close, there are some key changes coming that investors may want to prepare for, including an increase to the TFSA contribution limit for 2024 and adjustments to the Alternative Minimum Tax system. Nicole Ewing, Director, Tax and Estate Planning at TD Wealth, discusses what to expect with MoneyTalk’s Greg Bonnell.
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Federal Budget 2024: How proposed new taxes and spending could impact the economy

The federal government has released its 2024 budget with a focus on new taxes, increased spending and housing affordability. Derek Burleton, Vice President and Deputy Chief Economist at TD, speaks with Greg Bonnell about the economic implications.
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