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Meradia Appoints Christine (Tina) Madel, CFA, to Lead Wealth Practice

Meradia, a global leader in consulting for investment operations and technology, has appointed Principal Consultant Christine (Tina) Madel, CFA, to lead the firm’s Wealth practice. Madel’s deep experience in wealth management will provide immediate benefits for Meradia and enable the firm to expand its service offerings specific to this industry segment. Meradia’s current clients include six of the top 10 global wealth managers.

Through her career, Madel, a Chartered Financial Analyst, developed a versatile skillset having worked first for a leading wealth management firm and later for an industry vendor delivering solutions to banks, trusts and family offices. Madel will apply her experience to help family offices and firms that serve high- and ultra-high-net-worth investors address their complex operational needs.

“For 25 years, wealth management firms have turned to Meradia for transformation projects spanning their front-, middle- and back-offices,” said Scott A. Wybranski, CFA, Meradia’s President and CEO. “More firms should reevaluate their investment operations and technology to address changes driven by M&A, internal restructuring, fee pressure and the evolution of investor demographics. Tina’s deep knowledge of this space will empower our clients to adapt to these industry pressures and ensure that they’re positioned for growth.”

Prior to joining Meradia, Madel served as Vice President of Product Management and Solutions at InvestEdge, a leading provider of wealth management technology with $1 trillion in assets on the platform. Previously, she was Assistant Vice President of Wealth Advisory Services for Wilmington Trust Company, one of the 10 largest U.S. trust and investment management services companies.

“I’m eager to help our wealth management clients alleviate pain points and remove obstacles hindering growth. Wealth management organizations, especially those with asset management components, are saddled with multiple technology stacks and continue to face operational risks,” said Madel. “Our Wealth practice is well positioned to lead these firms through business transformations.”