The best returns are more than financial


Value statement

We provide a comprehensive approach to our clients wealth management needs, creating financial security and peace of mind for individuals and their families. We accomplish this by providing a high level of service and a customized approach to managing our client’s wealth which addresses both their current needs and achievement of their long term goals.

Investment philosophy

We believe the most effective way to capitalize on positive market trends is to generally be fully invested across a broad and diversified range of equity asset classes, while also incorporating fixed income, alternative assets, and cash in smaller proportions as appropriate given our client’s risk tolerance, time horizon, and financial goals.

Global Insights 2023 Outlook Cover December 2022Slow growth stasis?

The developed world faces a long stretch of slow growth. We look at the reasons for the downshift, and how it could impact equity investing. Read the full economic outlook in the latest edition of Global Insight Monthly

Become a client

If you are not already a valued client, we invite you to experience the skill and dedication of a team built on integrity, client service and a spectrum of services for individuals, families, institutions and their assets.

Meet the team

Christine Cisco, CFP®, CPFA®

First Vice President - Branch Director, Senior Portfolio Manager - Portfolio Focus

Patrick Signor, CFP®, MBA

First Vice President - Financial Advisor, Senior Portfolio Manager - Portfolio Focus

Pleased to serve you in two locations

The Cisco Signor Group is proud to be serving clients out of both the Buffalo and Watertown offices. We invite you to contact us to set up a meeting in one of our convenient locations:

Buffalo, NY
  • 6225 Sheridan Drive, Suite 318, Williamsville, NY 14221
  • 716-635-8411
Watertown
  • 19485 US Route 11, Watertown, NY 13601
  • 315-788-4200

Latest Insights

Businessmen

Has the Fed won the war on inflation?

Feb 03, 2023 | Thomas Garretson, CFA

A smaller interest rate hike may be signaling the Federal Reserve believes victory over inflation is near. We look at the market implications.

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