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Managing Director Colin Carter was recently interviewed for DBJ’s article “How wealth managers are shifting strategies amid coronavirus pandemic”. Read full article.
We are proud to announce that our firm was recognized as Best Outsourced CIO and best Multi-Family Office (MFO) (with more than $15Bn AUM) by Family Wealth Report Awards. Read our press release here.
All of us at Tiedemann Advisors are concerned about the safety and well-being of our families, colleagues, clients, partners, and friends who make up our community. As this highly dynamic situation evolves, we continue to monitor and adapt our approach to address the disruption of the markets and to serve the best interests of our community. Our hearts are with those who have been affected personally by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) as well as the many communities around the world that are facing extreme measures in the attempt to slow its spread. As a firm, we want to assure you that we are prepared to handle the disruption to the markets and to our daily lives. We have plans and policies in place to protect our portfolio management teams and to fully maintain business operations, and respect and protect both our clients and employees. Read more.
We are pleased to announce that former Under Secretary of State and Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs, Robert Hormats, is joining the Tiedemann team full-time as Managing Director after having served as a member of our firm’s Investment Advisory Committee. Please read the press release.
Tiedemann’s Michael Greenwald article in Barron’s discusses why U.S. financial sanctions may pose macroeconomic risks to markets
Tiedemann’s Managing Director Michael Greenwald, who served as the U.S. Treasury attaché to Qatar and Kuwait between 2015 and 2017, discusses why U.S. sanctions against China and Russia may no longer work and could pose serious macroeconomic risks for markets. Read Barron’s byline article titled “Russia and China Are Hard Targets for U.S. Sanctions. That Could Be a Problem.”
Listen to the recording of Bloomberg Radio’s Markets AM with CEO Mike Tiedemann, who discusses how Tiedemann is advising clients during sell-off.
Paul Buongiorno provides insights on gold and discusses Tiedemann’s views on this uncorrelated asset class in ThinkAdvisor’s article titled “The Case for Investing in Gold Now.”
The Palm Beach Daily News published a piece on our recent Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity event featuring Former Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff, and Former Ambassador to NATO, Doug Lute. The article discusses voting and the electoral system, concerns facing the upcoming 2020 election, cyber warfare, and big questions and concerns facing data security. It also highlights the important conversations that Tiedemann is participating in surrounding these concerns as well as the overarching theme that our firm is devoted to protecting our clients’ assets, information, and privacy.
Managing Director Colin Carter talks about the growing trend of family offices in Dallas in the Dallas Business Journal article titled “First-generation wealth, entrepreneurial minds seen to be driving family office surge in Dallas”
We are pleased to announce that Tiedemann Advisors was named Best Estate Planning Advisory by Private Asset Management (PAM). The PAM Awards recognize the top investment professionals, wealth advisers, legal firms, consultants and other key service providers in the private asset management space.