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UK's newest robo wealth firm goes on hire spree

UK's newest robo wealth firm goes on hire spree

Online wealth manager Tiller has announced a raft of hires a few weeks after opening for business. 

The recruits include Mark Cadby and John Bennett (pictured), who join the firm as chief technology officer and head of business development respectively. 

Cadby reunites with Tiller founders Ian Cadby and Jonathan Wauton, who all worked together at hedge fund firm Ermitage Group. 

Meanwhile Bennett joins from quantitative multi-asset index provider QLAB Invest AG, where he was a partner. 

Tiller has also appointed Hamish Haddow as head of marketing and Marcus Dutton as product and innovation director.

Haddow joins Tiller from Hargreaves Lansdown, where he worked across channels generating leads and accounts. Dutton was previously at DMS Bank & Trust, where he was head of card services.

‘We are confident that we have assembled a team with the talent to build on this momentum and establish ourselves as the most advanced online wealth manager in Europe,’ said Ian Cadby.

The digital wealth manager, which launched last month, provides white labelled and integrated services to institutions, alongside a private client service.

The minimum investment for private clients is £10,000. The core portfolio has an annual fee of 0.75% while the smart and select portfolios charge 0.9%.

 

 

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