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 the Executive Vice President of SEI Global 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 startups 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 and the Executive Business School at Villanova, and he 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 Certified Public Accountant designation.
Recent Articles from Albert Chiaradonna
Rethinking work: The task is bigger than just bringing people back Rethinking work: Embrace the journey
Taking it personally: a year of impact with the SEI Women’s Network Being an ally to an organization that’s working toward fundamental change means personal commitment.
The power of grassroots teams to drive strategy, culture, learning, and execution An experience-based model of professional development can yield new horizons for individuals and the entire business.
You do not need to be fixed We think of talent in very specific ways. What happens when we expand our standards to include differences?
21 reflections for 2021 As 2021 closes, I'm excited about how our work/life values are shifting, and what that means for our future.
Scaling to learn Teaching teams to overcome resistance by "rethinking what they think"
Exploiting old ideas or new possibilities? More than ever, the search for talent centers on the social contract between employee and employer
#Choosetochallenge Your Outdated Perspectives and Evolve Committing to updating my parenting evolved my approach to leadership
Want Corporate Growth? Look To Your People First and Ask 3 Questions New year, new focus on growth. What if we start a bit differently in 2021?
A Year of New Opportunities Is About to Begin. Happy Holidays from Our Team. 2021 will bring us exciting new opportunities and new ways of doing things.