Eric Scoones

Eric was a senior executive with SAB Miller, having previously practiced as a corporate lawyer in New York City. He and his family moved to the UK in 1998. In 2011, after a lifetime as a fit runner and cyclist, Eric was unexpectedly struck down by severe heart failure, caused by a rare genetic defect.…

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David Costello

Dave joined Tanager soon after moving to London in early 2014 and very quickly succumbed to the charm of his new home. In 2013, Dave was diagnosed with Stage 3 Grade 3B Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. The successful treatment he received in Boston was part of the fuel that led him to explore a life abroad. Since…


Kate Hedges

Kate is the partner responsible for marketing communications at Tanager having worked in corporate communications in New York, Frankfurt and London for the last 22 years. A New Yorker by birth, Kate faced, as she puts it, “the ultimate nationality test” when in January 2016 she was diagnosed with cancer. “A life-threatening illness makes you…


Alex Eichhorn

I am walking to raise money for five great charities. As an infant patient at great Ormond Street (1974 – cancer-like blood disorder, treated with radio- and chemotherapy) I am forever thankful of the opportunity I was given to lead a healthy active life. If it was not for the care and, at the time,…

Jeff Hedges

Jeff is a founding Tanager partner who has spent the last 16 years providing financial advice to Americans living mainly in the UK. Jeff is responsible for the all-important logistical support for the Bryson Line challenge. In addition, as a Director of the Anglo American Charity Ltd, he has enlisted the charity’s support so that…

Kristopher Heck

Kris is a founding partner of Tanager Wealth Management.

Roger Saller

Born and raised in New England, he and his family moved to the UK for a three year work assignment in 1999. The family fell in love with the culture and weather and never left. Key motivation was: amazing people, no blizzards nor hurricanes, and no mosquitos – though Scottish midges might tip the scales back!