Campden Wealth, a provider of education, research, and networking opportunities to ultra-high net worth families, announced two strategic executive appointments.

Mindy Rosenthal has been promoted to president from executive director of the Institute for Private Investors (IPI), Campden Wealth’s U.S. subsidiary, a membership organization of ultra-affluent private investors and families. David Berger was hired as CEO for the Americas.

Both announcements were made Tuesday.

“These appointments mark the next chapter in Campden Wealth’s growth,” Dominic Samuelson, CEO of Campden Wealth said in a statement.  “With Mindy continuing and expanding her leadership of IPI, and David coming on board, we see exciting opportunities for our business in the U.S., and overall in North and South America.”


Rosenthal is a specialist in the wealth management needs of ultra-high net worth individuals and families with a focus on alternative investments and holistic family office services. She has served as IPI executive director since Campden’s acquisition of the organization in 2011.

Prior to Campden, Rosenthal was the conference editorial director at MARHedge and an executive editor at Institutional Investor.


Berger will be responsible for strategic planning and business development, operations and new technology initiatives in North and South America for UK-based Campden Wealth.

Prior to joining Campden, Berger founded Asia Executive Solution, a Hong Kong-based consultancy that advised professional and financial services clients entering Asian markets.  Previously, he served as the head of participant services for Asia Pacific at the Frontier Strategy Group, a CEO-only network focused on sharing best business practices regionally and globally.

“Campden is committed to serving the global wealth community of family businesses and family offices,” says Samuelson. “We remain focused on building the preeminent membership network of significant wealth owners, and delivering a vibrant and engaging next generation program.”