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Wealth Manager Investment Performance Awards 2017: shortlists revealed

We reveal the shortlists across the seven categories featured in our annual wealth performance awards.  

The methodology

The Wealth Manager Investment Performance awards are based on performance research firm ARC’s respected analysis and are strictly quantitative, focusing on risk-adjusted performance over a three-year period. They are awarded to managers who deliver consistently great performance for their clients.

Here we announce the 2017 shortlist for the four key portfolio categories and those in line to win the best firm gongs.

The awards will be handed out at the Wealth Manager Retreat on 12/13 October.

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The methodology

The Wealth Manager Investment Performance awards are based on performance research firm ARC’s respected analysis and are strictly quantitative, focusing on risk-adjusted performance over a three-year period. They are awarded to managers who deliver consistently great performance for their clients.

Here we announce the 2017 shortlist for the four key portfolio categories and those in line to win the best firm gongs.

The awards will be handed out at the Wealth Manager Retreat on 12/13 October.

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Cautious strategy shortlist

Blankstone Sington

Brooks Macdonald

Investec W&I

Redmayne Bentley

Smith & Williamson

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Balanced strategy shortlist

LGT Vestra

Montage Portfolio Management

Myddleton Croft

Smith & Williamson

TCAM Asset Management

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Growth strategy shortlist

James Hambro & Partners

LGT Vestra

Myddleton Croft

Veritas

Walker Crips

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Aggressive strategy shortlist

Julius Baer

Kleinwort Hambros

Stonehage Fleming

Tacit IM

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Best small firm

Blankstone Sington

Myddleton Croft

Tacit IM

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Best medium firm

James Hambro

Redmayne Bentley

Saunderson House

Veritas

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Best large firm

Brooks Macdonald

Investec

LGT Vestra

Smith & Williamson

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