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Now just three days left to nominate for 2017 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35

09/08/2017 News Team

There are now just three days left to to nominate for the 2017 eprivateclient Top 35 Under 35 before extended nominations close on Friday 11 August 2017.

Nominations are invited for young and upcoming stars within the private client advisory professions from the UK and Crown Dependencies (Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man), be they private client and family lawyers, accountants, trustees or residential property buying agents.

Senior practitioners and the wealth management community are invited to nominate any outstanding young professional that they work alongside, or do business with. 

To qualify for nomination the professional must be aged 35, or under, at 31 December 2017. 

The name, age, job title, firm, contact details and brief biography of the nominee must be submitted, together with a photograph where possible. As well as details on the nominees' career and professional achievements, eprivateclient is keen to hear about the young professionals’ interests outside of work.

Contact details are also required for whoever makes the nomination.

The closing date for nominations is Friday 11 August 2017. After this date the final lists will be drawn up from the nominations, one for the top 35 male professionals under the age of 35 and one for the top 35 female professionals under the age of 35.

To make a nomination click here

The final list of who’s who, which will include 35 male professionals and 35 female professionals, will be unveiled in September exclusively on eprivateclient. This will be followed by a champagne reception in London to celebrate those that make it onto the final line up on 26 September 2017.

The 2017 Top 35 Under 35 is kindly sponsored for the fourth year running by Cazenove Capital Management.

To make you sure you see the list of winners, contact subs@eprivateclient.com to subscribe.

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