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Who’s Moving Where In Wealth Management? – Tyndall IM, Payden & Rygel, Others

Editorial Staff 4 June 2024

Who’s Moving Where In Wealth Management? – Tyndall IM, Payden & Rygel, Others

The latest moves and appointments in wealth management in the UK, the rest of Europe, the Middle East and other select locations.

Tyndall Investment Management
Boutique wealth and fund manager Tyndall Investment Management has appointed Anthony Snowden (pictured below) as investment director within its private client practice, bringing Tyndall’s private clients team to 25.

Anthony Snowden

Snowden has over 13 years' investment experience. Much of this time was spent as an investment manager at Ruffer where he ran portfolios on behalf of private clients, financial planners, charities and pension schemes. More recently, he has held investment director positions at Brewin Dolphin and EFG Harris Allday, the firm said in a statement.

Tyndall’s private client practice has grown considerably in the past 12 months, with eight investment professionals having joined the team.

Payden & Rygel
Payden & Rygel, a privately-owned global investment advisor, has just expanded its London-based insurance-investment team, with the appointment of Niall Clifford (pictured) as senior vice president.

Niall Clifford

Clifford was formerly a principal in Mercer’s insurance solutions team, the firm said in a statement.

With over twenty years of experience, he will be working with institutional investors, focusing on helping insurance companies to improve their risk-adjusted returns consistent with their risk appetite, capital position, as well as accounting and liquidity considerations. 

Headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in Boston, London, and Milan, Payden has $161.7 billion of assets under management.

Accounting and advisory firm Saffery has expanded its corporate finance team in the south of England, taking on Hemal Pandit (pictured below) as a director in its Bournemouth office.

Hemal Pandit

The team provides transaction support for buy-side and sell-side M&A, pre-lend reviews and services to support capital market initial public offerings.

Pandit has particular expertise in the lower mid-market, advising on deals ranging from £10 million ($12.8 million) to £50 million, as well as larger transactions, for clients including private equity firms, owner managed businesses, listed and private companies. With a decade of experience, including roles within transaction services teams at top ten firms, Pandit has advised on a range of deal-focused engagements, specialising in due diligence and financial analysis. Within the local market in the South he has been named in the Solent Deal Awards Due Diligence Team of the Year two years in a row. 

Trusts and estates expert Deborah Barker-Roye (pictured below) has been promoted to partner at Ogier.

Deborah Barker-Roye

Cayman-based, Barker-Roye specialises in advising beneficiaries, trustees, executors, protectors and other fiduciaries on estate planning, risk management and dispute resolution matters, with a focus on high value, multi-jurisdictional trust structures and complex estates. 

As well as being part of Ogier's Trust Advisory Group specialising in contentious private wealth matters, Barker-Roye’s practice spans complex, high value, international commercial litigation, fraud, breach of duty and asset tracing, including fund and investor disputes.

With an academic background, she is the author of two leading practitioner textbooks on Cayman Islands Law; Civil Litigation in the Cayman Islands and Criminal Litigation in the Cayman Islands.

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