Monetary Planner and wealth supervisor Atomos, previously Sanlam, has appointed former Ascentric CEO Jon Taylor as its new chair.
Mr Taylor was beforehand a non-executive director on the agency and replaces Alison Endemano who held the function of chair since Oaktree Capital Administration invested in Atomos in Might 2022.
Mr Taylor has labored in monetary companies for a few years as each an govt and non-executive director.
He was beforehand CEO of platform Ascentric and of Co-operative Insurance coverage. He has additionally supplied advisory companies to corporations together with PwC and Accenture.
Jonathan Polin, CEO of Atomos, stated: “We’re thrilled that Jon will chair our board. Jon combines his expertise of operating companies with in depth expertise in change administration and digital transformation; as such he’s properly positioned to assist steer and enhance our enterprise in all side of its efficiency.
“I’d additionally wish to say a really large thanks to Alison for all her work and assist during the last 12 months. Chairing the board of a newly acquired enterprise such of ours is a tough and multifaceted job, and Alison was fast to become familiar with the challenges we confronted as we now have set about reworking the enterprise.”
Mr Taylor stated: “I’m very happy to chair Atomos at this important stage of the enterprise’ improvement. The Atomos group has already achieved an enormous quantity in lower than a 12 months. We’re excited to proceed to rework Atomos to make sure shoppers can entry a personalised, face-to-face service, mixed with the comfort and entry to fashionable digital instruments and a variety of high-quality funding options.”
Atomos describes itself as a digitally-focused hybrid wealth agency offering a Monetary Planning service and bespoke portfolio administration. It was created from the Sanlam Wealth UK enterprise and is 100% owned by funds managed by Oaktree Capital Administration and is led by CEO, Jonathan Polin. The corporate manages of £7 billion of investments and financial savings for round 8,000 shoppers.