Saturday, 28 March 2015
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May 10 2012 | 7:13am ET
New York-based Tiedemann Wealth Management has hired Jennifer Mitchell to oversee client services and business development.
Mitchell, who joins as a managing director, will report directly to Tiedemann President Craig Smith.
Mitchell comes to Tiedemann from Barclays Wealth, where she served as a managing director, focusing on high-net-worth clients. Prior to that she was a managing director at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, advising clients on investment strategies, wealth management, securities and credit allocations and transactions. During her career, she has also held positions at Sanford C. Bernstein & Company.
“We are thrilled that Jennifer is joining Tiedemann,” said Smith in a statement. “Jennifer’s extensive experience in the private wealth management industry, together with her broad investment and wealth planning capabilities, will further strengthen our exceptional client and business development teams. Attracting a professional of Jennifer’s caliber is testament to the quality of our offering and the bright future of our firm.”
Founded in 1999, Tiedemann Wealth Management provides a full range of wealth management services to families, trusts, foundations and endowments. The firm currently works with approximately 100 families and advises them on over $6.5 billion of investable assets.
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