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Citywire Wealth Manager Conference and Awards: has your outsourcing adviser voted?

Citywire Wealth Manager Conference and Awards: has your outsourcing adviser voted?

With the clock clicking down to the Citywire Wealth Manager Conference we want to make sure the advisers you work with have put in their votes.  

At the Conference, which takes place at the Park Plaza Westminster on 4 March, we will hand gongs to those discretionary managers across the country who have really delivered on a number of levels.

To determine the winners, Wealth Manager will leverage intellectual capital from our sister-title New Model Adviser (NMA), which has built great relationships with a wide range of financial advisers, who have become increasingly dependent on discretionary managers for outsourcing services in the brave new regulatory world.

We have already had hundreds of votes in and want to cast the net as wide as possible as we uncover the UK's top discretionary talent.

If you believe you offer a level of service superior to your peers, or if your performance stands out in the crowd, it’s essential your adviser votes.

Details of the survey can found here http://citywire.Wealth-Manager-Regional-Stars-Survey.sgizmo.com/s3/

If you would like any more information please contact David Sitton on 0207 840 2186 or on dsitton@citywire.co.uk

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