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Stonehage Fleming Brings Over Former JP Morgan Private Bank MD

Josh O'Neill, Assistant Editor, 24 January 2017

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Stonehage Fleming has bolstered its Geneva office with the hire.

Stonehage Fleming has appointed a former JP Morgan Private Bank managing director, Andrea Tardy, as a partner in its Geneva office, a newly-created role.

Tardy joined JP Morgan in 1997 and moved to its private banking arm in 2000 to lead the wealth advisory business in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. He was then named head of investment solutions for EMEA in 2006. Between 2006 and 2009, Tardy spent stints with Union Bancaire Privée and Goldman Sachs. He rejoined JP Morgan in 2009 as head of the Swiss market. 

“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,” said Mark McMullen, chief executive of Stonehage Fleming.

Stonehage Fleming provides a range of services from long-term strategic planning and investments to day-to-day advice and administration to over 250 families of wealth.      

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