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Portfolio Manager, CIM, FCSI, F. Pl.

TWM Group, iA Private Wealth

755 Boul. Saint-Jean Suite 302, Pointe-Claire, Quebec H9R 5M9

Team Assets (Custodied)


Typical Size of Household Accounts

$1-million -

Minimum Account Size for New Business


Typical Net-Worth of Relationships

$2-million -

Nader Hamid is a portfolio manager and founding member of TWM Group at iA Private Wealth, with 20 years of experience and a record of outstanding client care.

Throughout his career, Nader has been deeply committed to raising industry standards. With this in mind, he partnered with portfolio managers Jean Hénault and Pascal Ricard to create TWM Group. His philosophy relies on “purposeful growth”. That means every project at TWM Group – big or small –must have demonstrable, sustained high quality that puts clients’ best interests first. His vision for TWM Group is to provide peace of mind by simplifying the wealth management experience.

This philosophy has led TWM Group to be trusted with over $380 million in client assets. The firm has a robust investment committee, a highly experienced administration backbone and an active communications department.

Nader holds a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from McGill University, as well as the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) designation (Discretionary Portfolio Manager) and the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation. He is also a Fellow of CSI (FCSI), the highest credential offered by the Canadian Securities Institute.

As a believer in the power of education, Nader is committed to promoting financial literacy in the community as much as with his clients. Through TWM Group’s communication platforms, he has produced content for eight years to help people keep sight of the big picture, cut through the noise, and learn good practices in personal finance. He also likes staying in touch with the McGill community as an alumnus, offering to speak with students whenever he has the opportunity.

Nader is closely involved with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Canada (JDRF) as a lead fundraiser. He most recently worked on the Accelerate campaign, which has raised $1.1 million across the financial industry, destined for research in Canada to help find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes.

Nader and his wife, Laura, also joined the 40 Giants for Leucan campaign, where 40 families commit to donating $40,000-plus to support families of children with cancer and to fund clinical research. The arrival of their own children has drawn Nader and Laura more than ever towards causes supporting children in the community.

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