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Wealth Adviser Awards 2022

Wealth Adviser awards return for 2022

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This would have been the 12th outing for the popular annual Wealth Adviser Awards but the pandemic intervened and the last awards were in 2019. Wealth Adviser is very pleased to bring the awards back for 2022. 

The Wealth Adviser Awards recognise excellence among Wealth Managers and Service Providers including Trust Companies, Law & Accounting Firms, covering the entire wealth management space.
The awards ceremonies are covered, along with profiles of the winning companies, in a Wealth Adviser Awards Special Report that is distributed to investors and intermediaries globally. All winners are invited to collect their awards at a ceremony in London.

Voting is via an online survey of the Wealth Adviser readership. Firms are welcome to nominate themselves in any relevant category.

Award Categories Include:
best domestic clients’ team
best international clients’ team
best HNW team
best UHNW team (including private investment offices)
best wealth planning team
best boutique wealth manager
best private client investment manager 
best investment product provider
best wealth manager – charities 
best wealth manager – balanced portfolio 
best wealth manager – cautious portfolio
best wealth manager – growth portfolio
best wealth manager – income portfolios
best wealth manager – alternative investments
best multi-family office
best marketing campaign 
best brand launch     
best law firm – family     
best law firm – tax & trust  
best law firm – defamation & reputation     
best private client legal team
best tax & accountancy team  
best property adviser    
best trust team
best technology provider – front office 
best technology provider – transaction processing  
best global custodian    
best wealth adviser personality of the year
best robo-adviser platform

Place your nominations now by following this link

 

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