Portfolio Adviser Wealth Manager Awards: The winners revealed

Added 5th February 2016

On 4 February, the UK’s top fund pickers and asset allocators were crowned in a gala ceremony in London’s Mayfair for the prestigious PA Wealth Manager Awards 2016.

Portfolio Adviser Wealth Manager Awards: The winners revealed

The Awards span Platinum and Gold gongs for Cautious, Balanced and Aggressive portfolios, and a Platinum prize for Absolute Return.

The Media Marketing award also celebrates excellence in raising brand awareness though digital initiatives and use of social media.

Presented by editor Gary Shepherd, the ceremony saw portfolio awards handed out for both large firms (those with £3bn plus in assets under management) and boutiques.  

This year we received more entries than ever, with hot competition in every category.

The Awards, which were sponsored by Schroders, were judged by an independent judging panel who provided their own expertise in wealth manager selection, using quantitative data provided by the wealth management companies themselves, and with summary analysis from Enhance Group.

This judging panel included experienced individuals from leading financial planners, law firms, accountancy practices, consultancy businesses and trust companies who were all charged with placing private client investment mandates with wealth management firms.

Click on page 2 to see the winners....

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Gary Shepherd

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Portfolio Adviser

Gary joined Last Word Media in 2009, becoming editor of Portfolio Adviser a year later. Previously, he worked at Incisive Media with roles across its Professional Adviser, Investment Week, Bloomberg Money and Mortgage Solutions titles. Gary has been shortlisted for various awards, winning Headline Money Investment Writer of the Year in 2010.

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