Graeme Hamilton, Portfolio Manager
The Hamilton Knight Group, CIBC Wood Gundy
181 Bay Street, Suite 600, Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2T3
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Graeme Hamilton is a portfolio manager with the Hamilton Knight Group at CIBC Wood Gundy. Prior to joining CIBC in 2002, he was a private client advisor with Merrill Lynch and other leading Canadian financial institutions.
The Hamilton Knight Group’s approach is needs-based, unique and authentic. The team specializes in professional discretionary portfolio management, and believes in a disciplined investment process that is core to all portfolio decisions.
Graeme is responsible for discretionary portfolio management and advisory services to institutional clients, business owners and private client families. He is the co-manager of the North American Dividend Growth portfolio, and manager of the Global MOGO Leaders portfolio.
Team members David Knight, Rachel Luke and Stephanie Laylor bring a diverse and deep range of knowledge, expertise and experience from many years of private client relationship management.
The Hamilton Knight Group actively supports the community, including CIBC Miracle Day, a proud tradition that has helped to improve the lives of millions of children since it began in 1984. Every year, on the first Wednesday in December, the CIBC Capital Markets team and CIBC Wood Gundy advisors donate their fees and commissions to help kids in need. The Hamilton Knight Group has raised over $289,000 for the CIBC Children’s Foundation, supporting children’s charities.
Graeme holds an MBA in International Finance from McGill University, and a BA from the University of Toronto. He lives in Toronto and Collingwood with his wife, Paula, and two daughters, Audrey and Victoria. Graeme is an enthusiastic skier and cyclist, and looks forward to planning future travel adventures with his family and friends.
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