Argeau was founded on a belief that there is a better way for individuals and families of significant wealth to manage their assets. Managing a range of assets across a variety of providers can be a complex, challenging and time consuming affair. At Argeau we are convinced it doesn’t need to be.
We are committed to giving our clients the information and insight they need to help them protect and grow their wealth. The Argeau platform combines deep industry expertise with innovative technology and sophisticated data analysis to create a new and better way for clients to manage and control their wealth.
We empower individuals and families of significant wealth to more effectively manage and oversee their assets.
A comprehensive platform for managing your wealth giving you one single point of control.
Stephen Felle CEO
Prior to Argeau Stephen was Chief Executive (UK) of Davy, the leading wealth management and financial advisory group. He also led the group’s acquisition strategy overseeing the purchase and integration of six businesses between 2012 and 2018; and was a member of Davy’s board of directors.
Over a 20 year plus career Stephen has worked at a senior level across all areas of regulated wealth management in Ireland and the UK, including advising many families and individuals. He was named one of the “50 Most Influential” in UK wealth management in PAM Insight’s 2018 rankings.
Adam Cleland COO
Previously Adam was Head of Wealth Advice in Davy. He was responsible for leading Davy’s team of investment, wealth planning and technology specialists. Adam was a member of the Davy Group leadership team and a director of Davy Private Clients.
Adam has a broad range of financial services, tax and investment management experience having previously worked in PWC and Goldman Sachs and is a CFA, ACA, CTA and QFA. He is passionate about helping clients achieve better outcomes and embracing technology and data in doing so.
Barry McGrath Chairman
Barry was a global partner of Maples & Calder, the legal and fiduciary firm, and head of its Irish funds practice from 2008 to 2017. He was a partner with A&L Goodbody from 2003 until 2008 and specialised in financial services and fund management law. He is a director of a number of Irish collective investment schemes and a regular speaker at international conferences on various aspects of fund and regulatory law.
In addition to his role as non-executive chairman of Argeau, Barry is chairman of fund services company Montlake. He is an active investor with interests in the property, leisure, financial services and technology sectors.