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James Hale, Artivest

Artivest appoints Head of Platform

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Artivest, an independent digital platform for alternative investing, has appointed James Hale as Head of Platform, a newly created position for the company. 

In this cross-functional role, Hale (pictured) will work closely with clients, vendors, and internal teams to drive innovation and accelerate the adoption and growth of Artivest’s web-based platform.

“James has spent his career at the intersection of alternative investing and digital wealth management,” says James Waldinger, Founder and CEO of Artivest. “He brings fluency to addressing the pain points that have traditionally plagued wealth management firms and their advisors seeking to diversify client portfolios with alternative investments. Considering James’s first-hand experience with solutions in this space, we are thrilled that he has selected Artivest as the next step in his career.”

The creation of Hale’s role is expected to inform multiple components of the firm’s substantial platform expansion initiatives. Solutions Hale will impact strategically include the ways in which platform data is leveraged to enhance digital distribution, innovations in product structuring, advancements in platform UX, and the curation of niche investment solutions based on his engagement with investment managers, wealth managers and financial advisors across the Artivest Open Network.

Hale joins Artivest from Raymond James Financial, where he served as Director of Alternative Investments Platform Administration, driving strategic alternative investment technology initiatives from operational due diligence, fund structuring and risk management, to improvements in processes, systems, and reporting. Hale joined the Alternative Investments Group at Raymond James in 2012. Prior to that, he worked for Fund Evaluation Group and Walnut Street Advisory.

“Having directly experienced the widespread distribution and allocation inefficiencies amongst participants in the alternatives marketplace, it’s clear to me that Artivest’s technology-forward vision is laying the groundwork for a new paradigm in alternative investing,” says Hale, Head of Platform at Artivest. “I look forward to leading and growing Artivest’s platform, further connecting alternative asset managers, financial advisors, and high-net-worth investors at scale through our Open Network and customised enterprise solutions.”

Hale will split his time between Artivest’s New York and California offices, and reports to Waldinger. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from the University of Kentucky.

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