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Stonehage Fleming hires JP Morgan Private Bank veteran


Family office Stonehage Fleming has appointed Andrea Tardy as a partner in the firm’s Geneva office.

Tardy, formerly a managing director of JP Morgan Private Bank, has a long track record in the private banking industry.
Having originally joined JP Morgan’s equity derivatives division in 1997, he moved to the private bank in 2000 heading the wealth advisory business for the EMEA region. Tardy was then appointed head of investment solutions for EMEA in 2006.
He left JP Morgan to join Union Bancaire Privée in London before moving to head up the Geneva branch of Goldman Sachs Bank where he led the development of the ultra-high net worth and family office business.
Tardy re-joined JP Morgan in 2009 as managing director of JP Morgan (Suisse) SA and head of the Swiss market. Lastly, he spent one year in Miami to help the development of the local market.
Mark McMullen CEO of Stonehage Fleming Family Office, says: “We are pleased to welcome Andrea to Stonehage Fleming. In over 25 years in the industry he has worked for several highly regarded businesses in Switzerland and around the world and his experience is well suited to Stonehage Fleming’s distinctive integrated family office approach.
“Switzerland is an important market for Stonehage Fleming and we are confident that Andrea’s arrival will enable us to expand our presence there. In this newly created role Andrea will work closely with our colleagues in Geneva, Zurich and Neuchatel as well as our international offices.”
Tardy says: “As the largest multi-family office in Europe, Stonehage Fleming already possesses an impressive international client base and an award winning proposition. They are pioneers of the family office industry, with their multi-disciplinary advisory model which combines international tax advice, fiduciary services, art management and corporate finance with an independent asset management offering. In the changing landscape of wealth management they are well positioned to address the challenges and respond to the evolving needs of successful entrepreneurs and families of wealth.”

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