Trustee Partners rebrands to Sargon, expands management team

Trustee Partners has rebranded to Sargon and expanded its management team with five new senior executives.

The new appointments include Darren Goodger as chief financial officer, Maria Dalton as chief risk officer, Daniel Wirjoprawiro as chief technology officer and Stuart Howard as chief executive of New Zealand.

Former Trustee Partners general manager/head of Australia, Andrew Peterson, has become chief operating officer of Sargon.

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The new appointments were welcomed by joint founder and chief executive officer, Phillip Kingston, who said the new team would be well-equipped to help Sargon achieve its mission to build better funds and financial products.

Goodger, Howard and Dalton have over 25 years’ experience in the financial services industry, with senior positions at Kaiser Trading Group, QSuper and Australian Executor Trustees (a division of IOOF Holdings) respectively.

Wirjoprawiro joined Sargon in 2013, having spent over a decade in various financial services and tech roles with established companies and start-ups.


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