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UK-based multi-family office Sandaire has appointed Andrew Waldren as chief operating officer (COO).

Waldren brings with him 28 years of experience, predominantly across the private wealth sector.
 
He joins Sandaire from Tilney Group where he was responsible for the integration and acquisition of Ingenious Asset Management. In this role, he led the process that integrated clients, teams, operations, systems and business processes.
 
Waldren will be responsible for enhancing and advancing Sandaire’s operating model, and leading the business as it adopts new technology to respond to future clients’ needs and emerging client segments.
 
Prior to Tilney Group, Waldren held the role of chief operating officer at Ingenious Asset Management, J. Stern & Co., the private investment office, and Taylor Young Investment Management, where he spent 12 years. At the beginning of his career, Waldren spent over six years at Butterfield Bank across the UK, Singapore and Bermuda.
 
Waldren will also serve as an executive director on the Sandaire board.
 
Alexandra Altinger, CEO of Sandaire says: “We are thrilled to welcome Andrew to our leadership team in his new role as chief operating officer and to the Sandaire business. We believe he 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 says: “I am delighted to join Sandaire at this exciting time for the industry. 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.”

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