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Titan Wealth acquires Baggette Asset Management

PRESS RELEASE 4 July 2022 Titan Wealth acquires Baggette Asset Management Titan Wealth Holdings, (“Titan Wealth” or the “Group”) today announces the acquisition of Baggette Asset Management Ltd (“Baggette”) as part of its ongoing strategy to bring a new proposition to the wealth and asset management sector. Baggette is a Poole-based discretionary fund manager, launched […]

Titan completes its purchase of Cardale

Following our announcement in February that we had agreed terms to acquire Cardale Asset Management, Titan Wealth is delighted to announce that following receipt of FCA approval; Cardale today became a Titan group company. Moving forwards, Titan will work closely with Cardale to maximise business synergies, introduce new and innovative product solutions; in so doing, […]

Titan Wealth Outlines Future AuM Ambitions

Tom Wooders, Group Head of Sales for Titan Wealth speaks exclusively with WealthBriefing about Titan’s plans to grow to £30 billion in AuM over the next five years. Click the following link to read the full article. https://www.wealthbriefing.com/html/article.php?id=194550#.YoZx0nXMLrd

WealthBriefing European Awards

It was a busy night for Titan Wealth at the 2022 WealthBriefing European Awards. Titan Asset Management won the award for ‘Most Innovative Thematic Proposition’ and Tom Wooders, Group Head of Sales representing Titan Wealth Solutions presented two awards – Alternative Investment Manager (Bank/Institutional) and Blockchain-based Sourcing Solution.

Wealth Managers Embracing Outsourcing Outperform


London, 29 March 2022

Wealth Managers Embracing Outsourcing Outperform

Titan Wealth Solutions, a Titan Wealth Group company, has today published the findings of a report assessing the impact of outsourcing on a wealth managers’ scalability and profitability. Entitled “The link between outsourcing, profit and scale” this report, which was compiled by Compeer, a data provider to the wealth management industry, finds that over the past five years wealth managers with an outsourcing model have outperformed those which retained their in-house technology and operations infrastructure, both in terms of assets and revenue growth.

According to the report, when asked about the benefits of an outsourced business model, 83% of wealth managers who participated believe outsourcing can provide a strategic advantage. By providing business expertise and specialist technology and in allowing the wealth manager to focus on value-added services for the end client without distraction by administrative tasks, outsourcing provides both cost and operational efficiencies. The report also suggests a reticence on the part of wealth managers to fully embrace outsourced solutions and to reallocate resource away from traditional in-house cost centres which are driving up costs.

Additional findings include:

Tom Wooders, Group Head of Sales at Titan Wealth said: “Our report clearly highlighted the appetite among wealth managers, post-Covid, to embrace the benefits of outsourcing in terms of digital technology innovation, and increased productivity via end-to-end process automation. Selecting an outsource partner who can offer ease of integration and an appreciation of the wealth manager’s business imperatives are now seen as key to achieving future scalable business growth.”

Titan Wealth Holdings Acquires Cardale Asset Management

PRESS RELEASE London, 22 Februay 2022 Titan Wealth acquires Cardale Asset Management Titan Wealth Holdings, (“Titan Wealth” or the “Group”) today announces the acquisition of Cardale Asset Management, (“Cardale”) as part of its ongoing strategy to bring a new proposition to the wealth and asset management sector. The acquisition is subject to FCA approval. Based […]

Titan Wealth Appoints Tom Wooders As Group Head Of Sales


London, 8 February 2022

Titan Wealth appoints Tom Wooders as Group Head of Sales

Titan Wealth Holdings (Titan Wealth) is pleased to announce that Tom Wooders has been appointed Group Head of Sales, responsible for sales across Titan Wealth’s business as it progresses its strategy to consolidate across the wealth management sector.

Bringing nearly twenty years of sales expertise in the financial services industry, Tom will be responsible for managing all business origination and commercial proposition development across the full range of Titan Wealth’s businesses; Titan Asset Management, Titan Wealth Solutions, Titan Platform and GPP Clearing.

Previously Head of Sales at both Titan Wealth Solutions and GPP, Tom has significant expertise in the wealth management sector and has managed sales and relationships across a broad spectrum of institutional clients including wealth managers and asset managers, advisory firms and funds distributors, private banks and family offices, plus institutional and private client brokers.

Prior to joining Titan Wealth, Tom worked in State Street’s Strategic Solutions where he was responsible for new business development across State Street Global Services, Global Markets and Global Exchange business lines. Before this, Tom spent seven years at JPMorgan, working as an Executive Director within its Markets and Investor Services division. Tom was also previously UK Head of Sales at Pershing and Sales Director at Broadridge.

Tom Wooders, Group Head of Sales at Titan Wealth said: “I am delighted to be taking on this new and exciting role. I look forward to continuing to work closely alongside James and Andrew to grow the overall business of Titan Wealth and to realise the many exciting opportunities we and the rest of the Titan team have identified across the different market segments we support.”

James Kaberry and Andrew Fearon, joint-CEOs of Titan Wealth Holdings said: “Tom’s impressive track record and broad industry network makes him an invaluable asset and he will be able to bring this experience to bear across all our platforms and services in his new role.”

Titan Wealth Holdings Launches With Two Acquisitions


London, 14 June 2021

Titan Wealth Holdings launches with two acquisitions

Titan Wealth Holdings Limited (“Titan” or “the Group”) today announces two acquisitions as part of its strategy to bring a new proposition to the wealth and asset management sector and offer higher quality, more flexible and independent services to investment managers and independent financial advisers (IFAs).

Titan is delighted to welcome GPP and Tavistock Wealth Limited (“Tavistock Wealth”) to the Group.

The acquisition of GPP, a leading financial services platform with £2 billion in assets under administration and which carries out in excess of 500,000 trades per year for its clients, will provide a full suite of execution, settlement and custody services to Titan, in addition to its institutional clearing and custody business. GPP’s platform harnesses state of the art digital technology and has married the modernity of its client-facing technology with the established strength and scale of its proprietary back-office infrastructure. This acquisition will enable Titan’s existing Discretionary Fund Managers (DFMs) to scale, and allows its investors and intermediaries to have access to better quality and more cost-effective services.

Tavistock Wealth, the multi-asset manager of Tavistock Investments Plc, (“Tavistock”) is a specialist DFM with in excess of £1bn in assets under management for retail clients and a market leading investment track record and ESG capability. As part of the agreement, Titan and Tavistock will form a 10-year strategic partnership, with Tavistock acting as retail distribution partner and retaining Titan as the investment manager for its centralised investment proposition. This combination will enable Tavistock to accelerate the growth of its wealth management franchise over the long-term, both organically and by acquisition.

The acquisitions are expected to complete in Q2 2021, subject to regulatory approval, and after which Titan will have assets under management and administration of £3 billion.

Both of the businesses will operate under the Titan holding group and retain their existing model and leadership.

Titan is in discussions regarding the acquisition of six other DFM’s which will create a unique integrated offering across the whole market.

James Kaberry and Andrew Fearon, joint-CEOs of Titan Wealth Holdings said: “We are delighted to welcome GPP and Tavistock Wealth to Titan and very much look forward to working with their existing teams. The DFM sector is currently in a state of flux with considerable dislocation and outdated processes as technology and client demand evolve ever more quickly. Against this backdrop, we have the opportunity to drive reform in the sector, through leveraging new technologies and broadening distribution channels to deliver value for intermediaries and institutional clients. With the market ripe for consolidation, we have ambitions to grow rapidly and see exciting opportunities in the coming months as we target £20 – £30 billion in assets under management over the next five years.”

Julian Parker, CEO of GPP, said: “We are proud of the platform we have built, the recognition we have received and the reputation we have established as the go-to financial services provider for clients who require a seamlessly integrated range of services and value high quality service. This important partnership with Titan will accelerate our organic growth trajectory whilst ensuring that our strategy remains true to our roots and we can stay focused on providing state-of-the-art technology and wealth management services to our clients. I am looking forward to working with James, Andrew and the rest of the Titan team.”

Brian Raven Chief Executive at Tavistock added: “This is a great opportunity for both Tavistock and Titan. Whilst Tavistock Wealth is becoming part of Titan, we look forward to continuing to work closely with our highly successful investment team. The partnership endorses our corporate strategy as we seek to significantly increase the scale of our wealth management business in order to deliver maximum value to our shareholders.”





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Notes to editors

About Titan Wealth Holdings

Titan Wealth Holdings is a discretionary fund management / wealth and asset management business. Targeting £20-30 billion in assets under management over the next 3 to 5 years, Titan aims to bring high-quality execution and administration to the asset and wealth management sector. Titan provides execution, custody, clearing and wealth management services to small and medium sized broker dealers, proprietary traders, intermediaries, family offices and wealth managers. As a multi asset manager, Titan provides independent financial solutions to financial advisors, family offices, retail clients and institutions via a network of trusted intermediaries.

Titan is led by a highly experienced management team with deep expertise across financial services and is supported by capital partners Ares Management, Maven Capital Partners and Hambleden Capital. Its management team comprises James Kaberry, an experienced entrepreneur and founder of Pantheon Financial Management, which grew to be one of the UK’s largest financial advisory firms; Andrew Fearon, who has been active in UK wealth management and a founder of one of the biggest UK IFA consolidators, as well as raising funds for other UK IFA consolidators and Julian Parker, founding partner and CEO of GPP.

About GPP

GPP was established in 2008 when its founding partners identified a gap in the market to offer clearing and custody solutions away from the traditional banking providers. The cornerstones of this service are GPP’s proprietary back office processing platform (GBO), in-house Operations and Client Service teams, and a series of relationships with tier 1 banks, to provide clients with access to global settlement and custody of assets on an intermediated, scalable basis.

GPP launched its wealth platform in 2017 as a streamlined offering combining cutting edge digital technology and the established strengths of GPP’s global execution services and proprietary back office. Operating as a single, integrated platform for the full investment lifecycle, it provides GPP’s clients with a comprehensive and nimble white-labelled solution which can be easily modified for a bespoke service.

GPP has a balance sheet of £37mm (as of April 2020) and employs 110 staff in 3 locations, including 30 in-house technology staff plus a further 45 Operations and Client Services personnel including a dedicated Wealth Services operations hub in Cheltenham.

About Tavistock Wealth Limited (“Tavistock Wealth” or “TWL”)

Tavistock Wealth manages over £1 billion of assets on behalf of retail clients, providing institutional quality portfolio management at a retail price. Tavistock Wealth is a subsidiary of Tavistock Investments Plc, the UK wide financial services group.

John Leiper is the Chief Investment Officer of Tavistock Wealth and carries direct responsibility for all investments in the Centralised Investment Proposition at the firm. Together with the research and investment team, he manages both the ACUMEN Portfolios (UCITS Funds) and the Model Portfolio Service.


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