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Investment Performance Awards 2017: One day left!

Investment Performance Awards 2017: One day left!

There is only one day left to enter our annual Investment Performance Awards, so get your submissions in. 

The awards recognise the discretionary fund managers who have been delivering stellar returns for their clients, with the best in class receiving their gongs in a ceremony in October.

The clock is ticking. All submissions must be in by Friday 18 August at midnight. 

You can submit your entry here.  

You check out last year's winners here.  

The awards are based purely on quantitative performance across four categories- Cautious, Balanced, Steady Growth and Aggressive.

We also present overall company awards based on the size of your firm.

Our award partners, Asset Risk Consultants, will contact each entrant to collect and analyse their performance data.

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