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Citywire Fund Manager Awards 2014: don't waste your vote!

Citywire Fund Manager Awards 2014: don't waste your vote!

The clock is ticking down...

There are only a few days left for you to cast your vote for the inaugural Citywire Fund Manager Awards and enter our draw for £250 of John Lewis vouchers.

The awards will be handed out to Citywire-rated managers in 10 major sectors, judging them on their investment approach, interaction with investors and performance.

So far the response rate has been fantastic, with Citywire's 100 most powerful people in fund selection among those to cast their votes.

But we want to make sure everyone in the fund selection decision process has the opportunity to vote, which will remain open until 31 January.  

To cast your vote, visit http://citywire.managerawards2014.sgizmo.com/s3/. All participants will be entered into a draw for the chance to win £250 of John Lewis vouchers.

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