A record number of firms submitted entries for the 2018 PAM Awards, with 28 making the finalist list.
This year, which marks the 20th anniversary of the leading awards programme for the private asset management sector in the UK and Crown Dependencies, firms entering the Awards made a total of 219 individual category entries.
As part of its ongoing mission to evolve to reflect the changing face of the sector and the changing needs of clients, three new awards categories have been added to the Awards programme this year. These are Emerging Manager, Digital Wealth Solutions and FX Service Quality.
The 28 firms that made the finalist list are (in alphabetical order):
- Albert E Sharp
- Capital Generation Partners
- Cazenove Capital
- Citi Private Bank
- Close Brothers Asset Management
- Greystone Wealth Management
- Insignis Cash
- Investec Wealth & Investment
- James Hambro & Partners
- Kleinwort Hambros
- Lincoln Private Investment Office
- Netwealth Investments
- Rothschild Wealth Management
- Sanlam Private Wealth
- Saranac Partners
- Sarasin & Partners
- Scalable Capital
- Seven Investment Management
- Smith & Williamson Investment Management
- Standard Life Wealth
- Stonehage Fleming Investment Management
- Tribe Impact Capital
- UBS Wealth Management
- Veritas Investment Management
- Wren Investment Office
The results of the 2018 PAM Awards will be revealed at a gala dinner held at The Dorchester Hotel in London on Thursday 1 March 2018.
PAM Insight, the organiser of the PAM Awards, would like to thank the sponsors of the 2018 PAM Awards: Pershing (a BNY Mellon company), Algebris Investments, Ardenton Capital Corporation, Baird & Co, GPP, JHC, Lyxor ETF, Multrees Investor Services, Platform Securities as well as Asset Risk Consultants, eprivateclient, Champagne Louis Roederer, PAM Quintessentially and thewealthnet for their association with the 2018 PAM Awards.
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