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Tiedemann Constantia Adds Wealth Sector Luminaries To Board

Tom Burroughes Group Editor London 11 June 2020

Tiedemann Constantia Adds Wealth Sector Luminaries To Board

The organisation, which is based in Switzerland, was formed out of a partnership between US wealth manager Tiedemann Advisors and private capital group Constantia Partners.

Wealth management firm Tiedemann Constantia has put the finishing touches on its advisory board, appointing Carolina Müller-Möhl, Robert D Hormats, Dr Christian Camenzind and Dr Michael O’Sullivan.

The board of the Switzerland-based organisation will provide the firm and clients with insights, guidance and advice across investment, business, and geopolitical themes, it said in a statement yesterday. 

Board members include: 

Carolina Müller-Möhl: As an investor and philanthropist, Müller-Möhl has managed and presided over the Müller-Möhl Group, a single-family office that actively manages the family’s investments, since 2000. Müller-Möhl is a board member of Orascom Development Holding, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, and Fielmann in Germany. She is also involved in the advisory board of the Swiss Economic Forum, the foundation board of the Swiss think tank Avenir Suisse, as well as the foundation board of the MBA for Women Foundation.

Robert D Hormats: Hormats’ experience in the financial sector includes 25 years as vice chairman of Goldman Sachs. His government experience spans multiple decades and positions including: Under Secretary of State for Economic, Energy and Environmental Affairs, and Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs. He was also Ambassador and Deputy US Trade Representative; and senior staff member for International Economic Affairs, a National Security Council position in which he served as senior economic advisor to Dr Henry Kissinger, General Brent Scowcroft and Dr Zbigniew Brzezinski. He is Vice Chairman of Kissinger Associates.

Dr Christian Camenzind: Camenzind has more than 25 years’ experience in private banking and asset management. Having spent over 10 years as CEO of Bank Sal Oppenheim jr & Cie. (Switzerland), he went on to become chief operating officer for wealth management Asia/Pacific at Deutsche Bank AG, Singapore. Camenzind was also a member of the Regulatory Board of SIX Swiss Exchange Ltd. He sits on the board of Credit Suisse (Switzerland) AG and is chairman on the Board of B&I capital. 

Dr Michael O’Sullivan: O’Sullivan has 20 years’ experience in global financial markets, most recently as chief investment officer of the International Wealth Management Division of Credit Suisse, where he worked for 12 years. In addition, he was the lead contributor to Credit Suisse’s think tank, the CS Research Institute. He was an independent member of Ireland’s National Economic Social Council from 2011 to 2016. A Rhodes Scholar, he has taught finance and economics at Oxford and Princeton.

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