India Infoline, Oct 3, 2016
“We are delighted to have Mugdha join us as part of the team at Sanctum. I am confident her knowledge as a trust and estate practitioner, lawyer, chartered accountant and company secretary will help us not only deliver an exceptional client experience, but also mentor and develop our team of young and energetic wealth managers,” says Shiv Gupta, Chief Executive Officer, Sanctum Wealth Management.
Sanctum Wealth Management (Sanctum Wealth) today announced the appointment of Mugdha Sahal as Head of Wealth Planning.
Ms. Sahal joins Sanctum Wealth with over 15 years of experience in the wealth management industry, having worked with leading firms such as IL&FS, Cyril Amarchand and Mangaldas and IIFL, before founding Metasis Legal – her own private practice.
She is a full member of the STEP (Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners) and her expertise lies in Estate and Succession Planning, Family Governance, Philanthropy, Risk Management, Regulatory and Compliance.
Commenting on Ms. Sahal’s appointment, Shiv Gupta, Chief Executive Officer, Sanctum Wealth Management said: “We are delighted to have Mugdha join us as part of the team at Sanctum. I am confident her knowledge as a trust and estate practitioner, lawyer, chartered accountant and company secretary will help us not only deliver an exceptional client experience, but also mentor and develop our team of young and energetic wealth managers.”
Commenting on her new role, Ms. Sahal shared, “It is a privilege to be appointed Head of Wealth Planning at Sanctum Wealth, a company that prides itself in upholding the highest standards of conduct and service. The team at Sanctum is highly experienced, talented and encouraging, and I am keen to walk the journey with them as I take on my new role.”
Ms. Sahal will be based out of Mumbai and will devote considerable amount of time in further developing and enriching the existing wealth planning proposition at Sanctum Wealth, while continuing to oversee her external legal practice.
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