Chilton Trust, a Stamford-headquartered wealth management firm, has named Pepper Anderson as its new president and CEO. She succeeds Garrison Lickle, who held those positions since the firm’s inception in 2010 and will now become vice chairman.
For the last 22 years, Anderson was at J.P. Morgan Private Bank, where she most recently served as managing director and market manager for Connecticut and Westchester County; she also held the positions of U.S. head of discretionary fixed income investments, and head of the fiduciary investor group. Earlier in her career, she was a fixed income portfolio manager and trader at UBS.
“Chilton Trust clients have unique, sophisticated financial lives and they require and deserve more than simple money management,” said Richard L. Chilton Jr., Chilton Trust’s founder, chairman and chief investment officer of equities. “To that end, this leadership transition is part of a carefully planned for and calibrated strategy that we believe is necessary to continue providing our clients with the service and experience they expect. Pepper has the vision and leadership to advance what Gary and I have built and is the right individual to take Chilton Trust to even greater heights.”