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Ingenious AM creates role for Ex-Taylor Young IM COO

Ingenious AM creates role for Ex-Taylor Young IM COO

Ingenious Asset Management has created the role of chief operating officer for Andrew Waldren, who joined after guiding family-backed asset management firm J Stern & Co as COO since its launch.

Waldren, who also had a 12-year spell at Taylor Young Investment Management, will be responsible for Ingenious’s investment operations, custodian relationships, project management and ancillary services across all platforms and jurisdictions.

'As our business continues to evolve and mature, the appointment of a chief operating officer was a natural next step,'  former Wealth Manager cover star Guy Bowles (pictured), chief executive officer, said.

Ingenious Asset Management had £1.4 billion assets under management as of December last year.

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