New home. Same team. Same philosophy.

The Pyle Group has enjoyed being part of Cottage Country for many years, and we’re happy to be back as we emerge from a longer than desired COVID-19 hiatus. We’re even happier to announce that we have returned under a new banner, as part of CIBC Wood Gundy. 

While our office location in Peterborough is different, and we have some new faces on the team, our commitment in this transition is to provide the highest standards of wealth management and financial planning our clients have come to expect from us. 

The financial services industry has gone through significant change over the years, all aimed at protecting the interests of clients. Since we started working with individuals, families and businesses in 2007, the Pyle Group has endeavoured to stay ahead of these changes through education and a due diligence approach to all aspects of investment and planning advice. 

The cornerstone to our philosophy remains constant, and that is to continue to build our business, serving clients across the country, but not at the expense of the client experience. As we have grown, we have also expanded the team and an important part of that has been to build a succession plan that will see our clients served for years to come. I know how important planning is when it comes to my future retirement, as I want to leave my clients in experienced hands. We encourage our business owner clients to build a succession plan; why wouldn’t I do the same for my wealth management practice? While my own retirement is far down the road, when that day comes, Ally Pyle will be able to lead the team and continue to develop and build the bench strength necessary to help our clients into the future. 

As we prepare to turn the page on 2021, we stand ready to partner with our clients to navigate the uncertain waters ahead. If I can use a boating analogy, the Pyle Group will continue to act as a wealth management GPS for all our clients – young and old.

Andrew Pyle is an Investment Advisor within CIBC Wood Gundy in Peterborough. The views of Andrew Pyle do not necessarily reflect those of CIBC Word Markets Inc.