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Citywire Regional Star Awards 2014: Scotland & Northern Ireland shortlist

Next month Citywire will hand out awards to the wealth firms advisers have voted to be best in class in six key regions across the country. Here's the shortlist for Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The methodology

The Citywire Wealth Manager Regional Stars Awards were voted for by hundreds of financial advisers across the UK. These advisers ranked individual wealth management offices on four criteria: Investment outcomes, client reporting, relationship management and efficiency of service.

We split the UK into six key regions – all of which have substantial wealth management communities: The South and East, London, Scotland and Northern Ireland, The South West, Wales and the Midlands and the North.

Firms who received enough nominations to be included in the shortlist had their scores averaged with the winner for each region achieving the highest score. Where two firms have an identical score then it is the firm with the highest number of votes that wins.

Here's the five-strong shortlist for Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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The methodology

The Citywire Wealth Manager Regional Stars Awards were voted for by hundreds of financial advisers across the UK. These advisers ranked individual wealth management offices on four criteria: Investment outcomes, client reporting, relationship management and efficiency of service.

We split the UK into six key regions – all of which have substantial wealth management communities: The South and East, London, Scotland and Northern Ireland, The South West, Wales and the Midlands and the North.

Firms who received enough nominations to be included in the shortlist had their scores averaged with the winner for each region achieving the highest score. Where two firms have an identical score then it is the firm with the highest number of votes that wins.

Here's the five-strong shortlist for Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Brewin Dolphin - Glasgow

Led by divisional director Stephen Martin

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Brooks Macdonald - Edinburgh

Led by director Robin McAdam

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Quilter Cheviot Investment Management - Edinburgh

Led by executive director Alan Aitchison

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Quilter Cheviot Investment Management - Glasgow

Led by executive director Alan Cameron

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Rathbone Investment Management - Edinburgh

Led by regional director David Macaulay

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