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Wealth Adviser Awards 2019 – The Winners

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The seventh edition of the Wealth Adviser Awards, presented on 23 May in London, brought together some of the leading names in the wealth management industry to celebrate the achievements of the best performing wealth managers and advisers in 2018.

The awards were determined by the votes of Wealth Adviser’s readers, who include wealth managers, IFAs, fund managers, family offices, law firms, accounting firms and other industry professionals. 

The winners of the Wealth Adviser Awards 2019 are: 

Best Domestic Clients Team – WH Ireland
Best International Clients Team – Dolfin
Best HNW Team – St. James’s Place Wealth Management
Best UHNW Team (including private investment offices) – London & Capital 
Best Wealth Planning Team – St. James’s Place Wealth Management
Best Boutique Wealth Manager – Tatton Investment Management Ltd
Best Private Client Investment Manager – Bordier UK
Best Investment Product Provider – Octopus Investments
Best Wealth Manager (Overall) – Quilter Cheviot Investment Management
Best Wealth Manager (Balanced Portfolio) – Signia Wealth
Best Wealth Manager (Cautious Portfolio) – Greystone Wealth Management
Best Wealth Manager (Growth Portfolio) – St. James’s Place Wealth Management
Best Wealth Manager (Income Portfolios) – Avignon Capital
Best Wealth Manager (Alternative Investments) – Deepbridge Capital 
Best Law Firm (Family) – Manders Law
Best Property Adviser – Black Brick Property Solutions
Best Technology Provider (Front Office) – Wealth Dynamix
Best Wealth Adviser Personality of the Year – Ian Gascoigne, St. James’s Place Wealth Management
 

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