Areas of Expertise
- North American strategy and growth of our Private Banking business
- Overall launch and delivery of the SEI Wealth Platform
- Relationship management, client service, and project and solutions management
- Thought leadership and executive management strategy
Al Chiaradonna is Senior Vice President, SEI Wealth PlatformSM, North America Private Banking and is responsible for the overall launch and delivery of the SEI Wealth Platform. Al is also the author of the blog “Front and Centered,” which provides perspectives on leadership and executive management.
Throughout his career, Al has run businesses ranging from start-ups to billion-dollar enterprises and has worked on strategy for numerous Fortune 500 companies. At various stages during his tenure with us, he has led every aspect of the Private Banking business, from sales and relationship management to solution development and implementation.
Al has spoken at numerous industry events on topics relating to wealth management industry dynamics, the evolving competitive landscape, utilizing outsourcing as a strategic business tactic, and transforming business models.
Al serves as an adjunct professor at Villanova University, teaching strategic management for the Executive MBA Program. He also holds advisory roles with the Public Accounting Network Group of Philadelphia, the Executive Business School at Villanova, and serves on the boards of several nonprofit organizations.
Al received a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from Temple University and a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School. Additionally, Al holds a CPA designation.
Recent Articles from Albert Chiaradonna
Do You Know Your Team Members’ Stories? Storytelling has the power to fast-track trust and strengthen relationships.
Why Role-based Tension is a Good Thing The most engaged workforces have safe environments and processes to directly address conflicts
8 Takeaways from Our Book Club (+8 from Our Latest Book) A book club at work can help build deeper relationships and connections, spark innovation and more.
5 Fundamentals of Successful Execution If you want better outcomes, you need to master these essentials.
The Rise of the Employee Value Proposition How leaders can reset the changing social contract between employee and employer at the team level
Why Do People Follow You? The answer is a combination of what you – and your team members – bring to the table
Delivering Value = Raising Expectations on What’s Possible Are you striking up excitement and energy about the potential of possibility?
The Power of a Fearless Voice Using our voices enables the exchange of fresh ideas and can help power growth.
Why Curiosity and Leadership Go Hand-in-hand Curiosity is a much-needed ingredient in innovation, culture and leadership.
How Deep Practice Can Help Maximize Your Strengths To master our leadership skills, we must hone our strengths to become more rapid, reliable and natural