Former AFA CEO appointed to boutique board

Former AFA CEO appointed to boutique board

Former Association of Financial Advisers chief executive Brad Fox has been named non-executive chairman of boutique wealth management firm Tribeca Financial.


In a statement issued yesterday, Tribeca Financial chief executive Ryan Watson announced the appointment, explaining that Mr Fox will lead the self-licensed firm’s three-year growth phase.

“Having Brad agree to join the Tribeca Financial team is recognition that we are taking the business in the right direction,” Mr Watson said.

“His experience and leadership, together with his passion for the profession of financial advice, will assist us to surge forward with our plans to positively affect more and more people’s lives by helping them achieve their good life, which is our ultimate goal.”

Mr Fox described Tribeca as “professional” and “highly energetic”, and said he is eager to help them capture growth opportunities.

The announcement follows Mr Fox’s appointment to the board of Stanford Brown.

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