Wealth management

Gilbert adds Saranac to growing portfolio

Martin Gilbert

Martin Gilbert: credentials (pic: Terry Murden)

Fund manager Martin Gilbert has joined the board of wealth management company Saranac Partners as a non-executive director.

Mr Gilbert, who was co-chief executive of Standard Life Aberdeen and deputy chairman of Aberdeen Standard Investments, has added the London-based family firm to a portfolio of non-executive roles.

He has also become chairman of challenger fintech bank Revolut, alongside his roles as director at Glencore and chairman of Toscafund.

Tanvi Davda, managing partner at Saranac Partners, said: “He offers unrivalled credentials in this sector and will bring outstanding insight to Saranac Partners, as well as an unparalleled network of contacts. His experience will be invaluable to the growth of Saranac Partners.”

Saranac was launched by former Barclays executive Tom Kalaris in August 2016 to provide advice and investment management to ultra-high net worth clients.

It had partnerships with what was then Aberdeen Asset Management and Iress which provided the company’s platform.

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