Monetary Planning-focused wealth supervisor Atomos has appointed Group GB para ice swimmer Jonty Warneken as head of its Harrogate workplace.
He’ll work with the prevailing Atomos staff to proceed to construct the workplace.
Mr Warneken beforehand labored at Atomos’s former proprietor Sanlam Wealth for nearly seven years till 2019, when he joined wealth supervisor Brooks Macdonald.
There he was answerable for the Northern places of work in addition to managing portfolios for personal purchasers, charities, firms, trusts and pensions. Beforehand he was an funding supervisor at Rensburgs and a wealth supervisor at Deloitte and Prudential.
Mr Warneken has competed for Group GB within the excessive sport of ice swimming.
He graduated from the College of Hull with a BA in psychology with sociology and anthropology and had hoped to grow to be a army pilot and play rugby union for his nation. His goals ended after a automobile accident resulted in him dropping his left leg and needing his cranium rebuilt however he didn’t let the tragedy cease him from pursuing a special path.
He has held the world document for finishing the Longest Para Male Ice Swim and has represented Group GB at two Ice Swimming World Championships. Apart from swimming, Mr Warneken has competed in downhill snowboarding, Nordic snowboarding and in triathlons.
Giles Marriage, head of portfolio administration at Atomos, stated: “Jonty has joined at a vital stage for our Harrogate workplace. He has intensive expertise in offering funding options to purchasers having created a wealth division at Ansbacher & Co Ltd.
“He has headed up regional management groups and has not too long ago discovered time to grow to be the primary amputee to swim the northern channel.”
Atomos, previously a part of Sanlam Wealth, supplies Monetary Planning and bespoke portfolio administration. It’s 100% owned by funds managed by non-public fairness agency Oaktree Capital Administration and is led by chief government Jonathan Polin.
Atomos manages £7bn of investments and financial savings for 13,000 purchasers and supplies Monetary Planning recommendation from 15 regional places of work.