Conroy Scott LLP
Murray Scott was called to the Ontario bar in 1977 and, as a partner of the firm, he maintains an active solicitor’s practice in real estate, business law, and estate planning. He acted as counsel in the Northern Ontario conversion of an international oil company, local hospital transition, and Northern Ontario distance education re-organization.Murray is a former Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation, an Ontario Crown Corporation which invests one hundred million dollars annually to build strong, prosperous northern communities. He is a former Chair of the Board of Governors of Cambrian College and a former President of the Rotary Club of Sudbury Sunrisers. He is a former President of a local manufacturer of radio-remote control systems used in the mining industry.
Professionally passionate and a true leader for whom integrity comes first, Guy delivers expert advice and savvy solutions to clients for corporate and personal matters including acquisitions, dispositions, tax structures, estate planning, and tax compliance. With extensive and varied experience in the mining, industrial, healthcare, professional services, and non-profit sectors, he has worked with hundreds of individuals, families and businesses within the community, maximizing their value. Guy also provides the added value of delivering services in English and French languages.
Alumnus of Sudbury’s Laurentian University and the Dalhousie University Law School in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Guy remains active in the educational sector. Beyond the world of tax law, Guy enjoys spending quality time with his family. When he is not working, he can be found at the lake or on the slopes, reveling in the Canadian wilderness, a genuine passion.
Michelle has over 31 years of experience with client, wealth and investment management. She has an accounting degree with a minor in business administration and holds the Personal Financial Planner (PFP) designation. Michelle is also an Elder Planning Counsellor, a Divorce Financial Specialist, and is Life Insurance-licensed. She has lived most of her life in Sudbury and has continuously supported the community with participation in various charitable events. In 2015, Michelle was the recipient of the RBC Regional President’s Community Leadership Award; she is also an active member of the Luncheon of Hope committee, which hosts an annual fundraising event for breast cancer. She currently serves as director and secretary on both the Maison McCulloch Hospice and Sudbury Hospice Foundation Boards. More recently, Michelle was announced as the recipient of the 2018 Global Citizen Award, and was appointed to the Northeast Cancer Foundation’s Advisory Panel shortly thereafter. She is currently celebrating 20 years of community involvement, and has raised $1 MM for local cancer research.
Adam Boyle is an Investment Advisor and Chartered Investment Manager at CIBC Wood Gundy providing fiduciary support to affluent investors, corporations and charitable organizations. Throughout his life he has observed and worked with the medical community at a personal and professional level. His father David Boyle is a local Anesthesiologist who came to Sudbury in the early 1990s to help guide the amalgamation of the three hospitals into a single site; while during university Adam served with the Canadian Forces initially as a medic at the National Defence Medical Centre in Ottawa. Since that time he has been actively involved with the HSN Foundation, providing professional support and also helps facilitate CIBC’s donation and ongoing support for the Northern Cancer Foundation’s volunteer service. A passionate believer in the strength of Northern communities to support regional Health Care, Adam encourages volunteers and donors to be generous with their time or money to a cause which impacts so many of us and our loved ones personally. We need volunteers to touch the hearts of patients but also generous donors to sustain these efforts. Adam hopes everyone in the community will consider donating some of their time, portfolio or estate to the NCF.
Please contact NCF, Adam Boyle, your personal investment advisor or lawyer with more information on how to make a donation. It is not necessary to be a client of Wood Gundy or CIBC as all major Canadian financial institutions cooperate to make donations as easy as possible for the generous supporters of such worthy causes.