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Bloomsbury Wealth awarded CEFEX standard for fiduciary distinction

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Bloomsbury Wealth, a London-based branch of Raymond James Investment Services Ltd, has become one of only three UK wealth management practices to be awarded a CEFEX standard for fiduciary distinction.

CEFEX, the Centre for Fiduciary Excellence, LLC, is an Fi360 company which assesses firms’ adherence to industry standards. Bloomsbury Wealth was certified against the “Prudent Practices for Investment Advisors” standard, which relates to how investment advisory firms assume responsibility for managing a client’s overall investment management process including the selection, monitoring and de-selection of investment managers, and the development of processes to implement investment strategies and fiduciary practices on an ongoing basis. 
 
The certification is a sign of Bloomsbury’s market-leading excellence in the area. Bloomsbury is joining an elite group of investment advisers across the globe who have successfully completed the independent certification process.
 
Carlos Panksep, General Manager, CEFEX, says: “Through CEFEX’s independent assessment, the certification provides assurance to investors that Bloomsbury Wealth has demonstrated adherence to the industry’s best fiduciary practices. This indicates that their interests are aligned with those of investors.”
 
Robert Lockie, one of the Branch Principals at Bloomsbury Wealth, adds: “We are delighted to have achieved the CEFEX certification as it demonstrates that we have met an independently verified standard that has so far been awarded to only two other UK firms. It is a welcome recognition after the years of hard work put in by all members of our team to deliver a high standard of service to our clients that we do what we have always said we do.”

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