Darren Sissons

Darren Sissons, Investment Advisor, Oakville, Toronto

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Darren Sissons is the newest addition to our team and brings a diversified background in Investment Management, joining the Campbell Lee & Ross Investment Management team as a Vice President & Portfolio Manager.

Darren was born in Wellington, New Zealand, where he graduated with a BA in Political Studies from Victoria University. He also has a Diploma in International Business Studies from Massey University, an MBA from York University and holds a CPA accounting designation. He lived in Taipei, Taiwan, for five years prior to moving to Canada.

Darren has spent the past 15 years in the investment industry managing global large-capitalization portfolios for Royal Bank, Scotiabank and two independent investment firms.

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As a member of the Campbell Lee & Ross Investment Management investment team, Darren will contribute to our portfolio construction, portfolio management and security analysis processes, while enhancing our international expertise in European, Asian and Emerging Markets.

Darren resides in Toronto with his wife and two daughters. He is a frequent contributor to the Globe & Mail, National Post & Reuters, and is a regular guest on the BNN TV Network.


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The Latest from Darren

How can dividends help you get a boost for your portfolio?

In a recent Globe & Mail article, Darren Sissons of Campbell, Lee & Ross talks about how dividends can be a powerhouse of superior rate of return for your investment portfolio.

Campbell, Lee & Ross featured in Globe and Mail article on Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)

The popularity of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) as an investment option for Canadians has exploded in the past 5 years.

Show Summary: CLRIM on BNN's Market Call - September 11

Darren Sissons appeared on BNN’s Market Call to discuss recent market events and make some calls on stocks to watch over the coming quarter.