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Tribe Impact Capital (Tribe), a UK wealth manager dedicated to social, impact, and responsible investment, has hired Katharine Samuels, Aaron Gaide and Cate Quentin as Wealth Managers to support its business growth. 

The firm has demonstrated strong investment performance since inception, particularly evident in the first six months of 2020.
 
They will support the wealth management team’s work with high net worth individuals, family offices, corporate clients and charitable institutions to implement investment strategies to achieve both sustainable impact and a financial return in line with the UN’S Sustainable Development Goals.
 
Samuels joins Tribe from Barclays Wealth, where she was a Vice President in the Special Focus Team for three years. Her work at Tribe will focus on high net worth individuals, complex families, corporates and trusts.
 
At Barclays, Samuels specialised in looking after UK resident non-domicile clients, finance professionals and entrepreneurs. In her role, she attracted around GBP100 million of new client capital and she was also ranked in the top performing UK wealth managers at Barclays Wealth UK in 2018 and 2019. Samuels entered wealth management in 2011 when she was the youngest person ever hired in the UBS Wealth Management’s ‘Associate Client Advisor’ programme as well as the only woman in her intake. Samuels also became a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) in 2019.
 
Gaide’s role will involve connecting private clients and institutional investors with Tribe’s impact investing capabilities. He will also be working closely with the business’ network of financial advisers.
 
Before Tribe, he was Managing Director at Pacer Financial in San Francisco. Before this, Gaide was a Regional Advisor Consultant, working at Putnam Investments in Los Angeles for seven years. In both roles, Gaide led sales teams that partnered with advisors across investment management, wealth management and business growth strategy.
 
Quentin is responsible for working with and developing Tribe’s high net worth, charitable and corporate client base.
 
She joins from Standard Bank Group, where she spent seven years as a Wealth Manager specialising in high net worth individuals from, or operating in, West Africa. In 2016 she helped to launch the wealth management business in Ghana for which the bank won several industry awards including Quentin being shortlisted for the STEP Young Practitioner of the Year. Before this, Quentin was a Client Manager and the Southern Africa specialist at Africa Matters Ltd, advising companies investing in Africa on issues such as government relations, strategic business advice, and stakeholder engagement. Quentin comes to Tribe with a combination of wealth management and international development experience, holding an MSc in Development Studies.
 
Quentin, says: “With a background in international development and wealth management, Tribe was really the only place to combine my experience and interests. I am so excited to work with like-minded people who are all striving to make the world a better place. I am interested in helping clients to grow their wealth, whilst also having a positive impact on the world. Tribe is proof that this is truly possible.”
 
Gaide, adds: “Tribe is the vanguard for what all investing will be in 10 years. Impact investing is just good investing – and our society is both mature enough to ask more from capitalism, and weathered enough to realise that the time is now to be more inclusive, more caring, and more socially and environmentally comprehensive when it comes to measuring economic success. Tribe is pushing the agenda, wielding capitalism as a tool for social and ecological optimisation, and I can’t wait to get the UK investment community more involved. Tribe enables me to spend my days working hard to exponentially change today’s social fabric while simultaneously tackling the earth’s greatest challenge – climate change.”
 
Samuels, says: “I am thrilled to be part of such an exciting business that is at the forefront of impact investing in the UK. As part of the Wealth Management team, I am naturally interested in the growth of the firm, and I am also looking forward to having the ability to be commercial and build new segments within Tribe, thus helping mould and shape it over time.”
 

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