Cardano, the leading investment adviser and fiduciary manager, has moved to new, larger offices at Bevis Marks, in the heart of the city.
2015 has been a year of growth for Cardano in the UK, with a raft of key senior appointments taking the team up to 85 people, with plans to increase this to 100 during 2016 and beyond. 2015 also saw the launch of Cardano’s new website, the Say No to Worry and Surprise campaign, and further expansion of its work to help grow the wider understanding of robust financial management, with its Boom Bust Boom documentary which premiered in London in June.
Kerrin Rosenberg, UK CEO, said: “We continue to invest in our business to ensure we remain well placed to support our clients, our planned growth and the wider pensions industry. We have helped our clients become more robust whilst at the same time achieving funding ratio growth, which unfortunately isn’t the case for the majority of the industry. Our work on supporting the redesign of the pension system continues at a pace and we look to make further progress on this in 2016.
“To support our growth plans we appointed Michaël De Lathauwer as co-Group CEO, and Phil Redding as UK Head of Business Development. We have also been steadily building the team that looks after our clients, which includes two of our most recent appointments - Tony Baily and Patrick Cunningham. We are delighted with the calibre of people we have attracted to our business.”
“Our recently launched website has been warmly welcomed by our clients, and we are also extremely proud of the work we have done this year in furthering our cause around financial education (with Cardano Education). We believe passionately that it should be taught as part of every school curriculum to help everyone cope better with financial uncertainty. If this is achieved, households and financial institutions would be more stable.”