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Sandaire hires Tilney's Waldren to lead wealth 'revolution'

Sandaire hires Tilney's Waldren to lead wealth 'revolution'

Sandaire has hired Tilney's Andrew Waldren as chief operating officer (COO). 

Waldren joined Tilney following its acquisition of Ingenious Asset Management, where he was COO. From May 2016, he played a key role in integrating Ingenious' clients, teams, operations, systems and business processes into the Tilney network. 

He has also had spells at J Stern, Taylor Young and Buttefield Asset Management during a career spanning 28 years. 

At Sandaire he will be responsible for enhancing and advancing the multi-family offices operating model, and help it adopt new technology to respond to future clients’ needs and emerging client segments.

He will also serve as an executive director on the firm's board.  

Sandaire chief executive Alexandra Altinger (pictured) said: 'We believe he [Waldren] will be instrumental in enriching the client experience from both a technology and infrastructure standpoint.

'In the ever-evolving wealth management space, this forward-thinking technological focus will enable Sandaire to better facilitate the transition of wealth to the next generation and respond to  future clients’ needs.'

Waldren said it was an 'exciting' time to be joining Sandaire. 

'There is a huge opportunity to revolutionise the way wealth is managed and transitioned between generations and I am thrilled to help guide the Sandaire business through this,' he said. 

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