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Wealth Manager top 30 under 30: class of 2014

Wealth Manager top 30 under 30: class of 2014

Wealth Manager is looking to unearth the wealth industry's next generation of potential stars.

For the fourth year running we're scouring the country - from boutiques to big private banks - looking to identify those young bucks impressing their more seasoned peers. These are the 30 who made the grade last year.

This year we have honed our methodology, with scoring based on a points-based system in response to a series of specially designed questions.

While we've already had plenty of entries, we want to make sure the list is perfectly fine-tuned.

So do you believe you should make the cut, or do you have a colleague you would like to nominate?

If so please complete this brief survey by 28 February.

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