Feb 14, 2012 -
Ledyard Financial Advisors, the Wealth Management division of Ledyard National Bank, is pleased to announce that Fred Wainwright has joined their Hanover office at 2 Maple Street as Senior Vice President and Senior Investment Strategist.
Prior to joining Ledyard, Fred was the executive director of an investment and entrepreneurship research center and taught MBAs and business owners at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He has over twenty years of experience in investment decision making, strategic planning and business development positions in Silicon Valley and New England. He has written, co-authored and edited numerous reports, cases and a book on various financial and strategy topics. His materials have been used in training programs at universities, banks, associations and other international institutions. Fred has been a guest author and has been quoted in leading publications such as Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal.
Fred is active in regional and national economic development initiatives and private growth capital investment. He is currently a participant in the Upper Valley Leadership Institute and serves on several boards including North Country Angels in Montpelier, VT, Broadcast Pix in Boston, MA and North Atlantic Capital in Portland, ME. He recently participated in an economic development workgroup session at the White House. Previously, he served as president of the Stanford Alumni Club of New England and as board member of the Boston Chapter of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs.
Dennis Mitchell, President and Managing Director, said, “I am very pleased that Fred will be joining our team at Ledyard Financial Advisors. His knowledge, expertise and experience will add a strong, new dimension to our investment capabilities and performance.”
Fred earned his BA in Economics and BS in Engineering from Stanford University and received his MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. He completed executive education courses at Harvard and MIT and received a Certificate of Director Education from the National Association of Corporate Directors.