David Alexander (AAG)

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"David Alexander heads up AAG, a leading UK wealth management company based in Mayfair, London. Alexander began his career as a financial advisor in 1988, rapidly earning a reputation for sound and innovative financial advice while representing CitiBank, amongst others.

"His impressive performance soon drew attention of J Rothschild Assurance who provided the backing necessary for Alexander to launch AAG in 1995 at the age of 29. Since that time, David Alexander has expanded the original company into a group of six related operations known as Alexander Associates Group. (AAG)... Alexander was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce (FRSA) in 1996. He has also received numerous awards in recognition of his success, presented by such notable individuals as Lance Armstrong, Bill Clinton, Sebastian Coe OBE, Michael Heseltine, Christopher Reeve, Lord Rothschild and Sir Mark Weinberg.

"Married with two children, Alexander enjoys all sports and has successfully completed the London Marathon and several triathlons, supporting many charities in the process. David recently became a patron of the Elephant Family charity..." [1]

"Having sold his own wealth management company in 2016, Alexander had been all set to put his feet up. But realising that all the mega-loaded really care about is the smooth running of their privileged lives – and spotting a gap in the market for managing the minutiae – saw him consult his close friends Ben Goldsmith and Ben Elliot, among others, before setting up Pall Mall Family Office: a one-stop-shop for people with so much money “they don’t enjoy it”. With an eclectic advisory board including Elliot, co-chairman of the Conservative Party and co-founder of luxury lifestyle company Quintessentially, and Kate Reardon, former editor of Tatler, Pall Mall acts as ‘chief of staff’ to a number of British and foreign families and PEPs (politically exposed people who can find it harder to get credit), whose wealth can easily match a FTSE 100 company’s." [1]


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  1. aag Profile, organizational web page, accessed August 29, 2012.