At The Newton Group, safeguarding our clients’ financial future is a top priority. We are Toronto-based discretionary portfolio managers at RBC Dominion Securities with 25 years of portfolio management experience and a longstanding reputation for successfully managing investments. 

Our business is supported by two pillars: you and the market. Over the past 100 years, many events that even the best advisors and money managers couldn’t anticipate or control have led to market anomalies. What we can control is how we value and service our existing and future clients.

When we take on a new client, we don’t just skim one chapter of their lives, we read the whole book. With our holistic approach to advising and investment management, we ensure we are well positioned to manage any unexpected events that may occur in the market and in your life.

Our team follows the market extensively, and we are consistently positioned to adapt our investment style when times become uncertain. We do not dance alongside cynics and pessimists. Instead, we choose to invest agnostically and without emotion. Our ideas, knowledge and research are found by pursuing our genuine curiosity and passion rather than by accepting what is commonplace.

All of our members are part of the full client experience with The Newton Group, and each of us is always available for any questions or concerns. If there is one thing you can take away from working with The Newton Group, it is knowing we all care.

It would be a pleasure to have you join The Newton Group Family.

Michael Newton

“We aspired to build an investment service that we would love being clients of, and we are proud of the result”
- Michael Newton

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