- They form The Mile Creek Global Group, based in Snowden Lane’s New York, Coral Gables and New Haven offices and overseeing $350 million in client assets
- Randak is a CFA and boasts nearly 30 years of industry experience
- Boutmy de Katzmann advises families in Europe, Latin America and the United States, with expertise in multigenerational wealth planning, investments, philanthropy and gifting
- Sedeño is a CPA and has also provided wealth management and private banking services to domestic and international families for over a decade
Snowden Lane Partners announced that Andrew Randak has joined the firm as Senior Partner and Managing Director, alongside his colleagues, Nicole Boutmy de Katzmann and Kristian Sedeño, both of whom joined as Managing Director and Partner.
Together, they form The Mile Creek Global Group, based in Snowden Lane’s New York, Coral Gables and New Haven offices and overseeing $350 million in client assets.
Randak is a CFA and boasts nearly 30 years of industry experience. He provides sophisticated and unbiased advice to successful businesspeople, their families and their companies. Like Boutmy de Katzmann and Sedeño, he specializes in helping clients throughout Europe, North and South America manage wealth and tackle complex, cross-border issues.
Similarly, Boutmy de Katzmann advises families in Europe, Latin America and the United States, with expertise in multigenerational wealth planning, investments, philanthropy and gifting. Sedeño is a CPA and has also provided wealth management and private banking services to domestic and international families for over a decade.
“We were excited when Andrew, Nicole and Kristian expressed interest in joining the firm and are pleased to officially welcome them to the team,” said Greg Franks, Snowden Lane’s Managing Partner, President & COO.
“We have the utmost respect for Fieldpoint Private, as they have done outstanding work in our industry. We are fortunate to have The Mile Creek Global Group come on board and I’m looking forward to witnessing the big impact they will undoubtedly have at Snowden Lane,” he adds.
Prior to Snowden Lane, Randak and Boutmy de Katzmann each served as Managing Directors and Senior Advisors at Fieldpoint Private, while Sedeño worked as Vice President and Associate Advisor.
Randak began his career in private banking at The Chase Manhattan Bank. He spent two of his six years in Chase’s Santiago, Chile offices, where he managed the firm’s private client lending platform. In 2000, he joined Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. where he was responsible for wealth management and trust clients in South America. He moved to Fieldpoint Private in 2015 with a mandate to grow the firm’s wealth advisory and private banking business outside the United States.
Sedeño is a Certified Public Accountant and worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) from 2009 to 2011. Following that, he joined Brown Brothers Harriman as an Associate, working with ultra-high net worth families in South America. Together with Randak, he joined Fieldpoint Private in 2015 to help build the firm’s global presence.
Boutmy de Katzmann’s career in global banking started at Republic National Bank of New York. With Republic, she served as an international private banker in Montevideo, Milan, London and New York. A few years after HSBC acquired Republic in 2000, Republic’s former senior executive team invited her to join them in forming a new firm, NuVerse Advisors, where she remained for over a decade. After NuVerse, she was a Senior Director in Oppenheimer & Company’s Private Client division for over three years.
Snowden Lane has 122 total employees, 69 of whom are financial advisors, across 12 offices around the country: Pasadena and San Diego, CA; New Haven, CT; Coral Gables, FL; Chicago, IL; Pittsburgh, PA; Baltimore, Salisbury and Bethesda, MD; San Antonio, TX; Buffalo, NY, as well as its New York City headquarters.