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Top 30 under 30: class of 2014 set to be revealed

Top 30 under 30: class of 2014 set to be revealed

After receiving a record number of entrants for this year's Top 30 under 30 we are set to reveal who made the cut for this exclusive league of rising wealth talent.

The Wealth Manager team assessed around 150 entrants, judging them on professional qualifications, academic success and most importantly, the scope of responsibilities at their respective firms.

It's not all work though as this year we asked these rising stars about interests outside of wealth management and got some interesting results. This year's top 30 includes three qualified ski instructors, a pilot and a powerboat licence-holder.

The class of 2014 will be revealed in this week's issue of the Wealth Manager magazine and will be displayed on the website on 28 April.

To whet your appetite, here's who made the cut in 2013's top 30.

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