Patrick Cunningham appointed to Cardano Group Management Board

10 January 2024

Cardano, the investment management and advisory specialist, today announces the appointment of Patrick Cunningham to the Group’s Management Board, effective immediately.

Patrick will be responsible for further development of our products, services and solutions for a wide range of investors. Patrick continues to be a Partner and Co-Head of Clients of Cardano UK where he leads our work with several of the firm’s advisory and investment clients.

Prior to joining Cardano in 2015, Patrick spent nearly 15 years at Goldman Sachs in New York and London, where he was a Managing Director in the Investment Banking Division’s Pension Advisory Group.

The Board of Cardano Group is now comprised of Patrick Cunningham, Michael De Lathauwer, Claire Bowyer, Patrick Luthi, Harold Naus, and Kerrin Rosenberg.

Michael De Lathauwer, Group CEO, Cardano, said:

“We’re very pleased to welcome Patrick to the Cardano Group board. Recent years have seen him be instrumental in helping to expand our fiduciary management and investment management business in the UK, and this additional role is the natural next step as we continue to grow Cardano’s profile across both the advisory and investment markets. 2024 will be a significant year for the Group, and Patrick’s experience will prove to be a real asset.”

Patrick Cunningham, Partner and Co-Head of Clients added:

“I am excited to join the Cardano Group’s management board. Client-centric solutions are a long-held passion of mine, and Cardano’s breadth of investment and advisory capabilities is unusual in one organisation. I look forward to working with the rest of the board to build on the firm’s success and to deliver compelling outcomes for our clients.”

Source: Cardano
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