Board of Directors

Ben Wright
Managing Director of Sinfonia

Ben has been in financial services for 15 years and has occupied a wide variety of roles, ranging from a practicing financial adviser to the Head Technical Services and Research team at the Tenet network.

Previous roles have involved overseeing national projects and running a team of financial advisers servicing high value clients for multi-national bank, HSBC, as well as creating a restricted advice proposition for Tenet.

A strong believer in the acquisition of knowledge, Ben is a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society and has an MSc in Financial Planning & Business Management.

Ben joined Sinfonia in March 2017 as our Managing Director.

Caroline Bradley - ACMA, CF, MICM
Group Finance Director

Caroline joined Tenet in 2012 as Group Finance Director. She is responsible for Finance and Risk Management.

Previously Caroline was Finance Director and Chief Risk Officer for TD Direct Investing where she grew the business from a small firm to one of the largest UK stockbrokers. She managed a series of acquisitions covering retail and institutional brokerage/banking, onshore and offshore. At TD Caroline also managed a joint venture with RBS group to provide stockbroking for RBS/NatWest customers.

Caroline qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant in 1994 and joined Yorkshire Building Society's Corporate Planning team in 1996, she transferred to YorkSHARE Ltd as Finance Director in 1998 and managed a successful sale to TD.

Caroline is married with two teenage children; her hobbies include horse riding and kickboxing.


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