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The 2017 City of London Wealth Management Awards were held at the Guildhall on 30th March – hosted by Ab Fab’s Helen Lederer in front of an audience of 300+ guests.

The City of London Wealth Management Awards recognise and promote quality of service from Wealth Management companies and individuals. Winners are determined by a public online vote which takes place over a two-week period prior to the Awards Gala.

This year, over 10,000 investors cast their votes.

Stephen Pinner, MD of Goodacre UK, the company managing the Awards said “The Wealth Management sector is working hard to meet a wide range of challenges and it is very re-assuring to see the increasing interest from the investing public. In addition to ensuring that they meet a significant amount of new regulatory requirements, many firms strive to deliver services of the highest quality and these Awards acknowledge and reward the very best companies in the market”.

Among the COLWMA 2017 category winners were the following brokers:

Best CFD ProviderAccendo Markets
Best Execution-Only Equity Share Dealing ServiceHalifax Share Dealing
Best FX Service ProviderXM
Best Spread Betting ProviderLondon Capital Group
Best ISA ProviderAJ Bell Youinvest
Best Junior ISA ProviderAJ Bell Youinvest
Best Fund PlatformBestinvest

The City of London Wealth Management Awards are supported by leading service and system suppliers to the regulated financial services sector, namely Factset, Clearstream Banking, JHC Systems, Platform Securities, Bita Risk, Autorek, XM and SIX Financial Information.

About The City of London Wealth Management Awards

The City of London Wealth Management Awards  recognise the quality of service from the very best wealth management companies and individuals. The COLWMA Awards are highly valued and unique. Written submissions are made by wealth managers and an independent panel of judges determine whether or not they justify a nomination. Investors then vote on the nominations to determine the winner in each category. Integrity and independence are at the forefront of these awards.

About Goodacre

Goodacre UK is a leading specialist business and technology consultancy. They work exclusively with regulated companies and suppliers in the financial services sector.

The business was formed in 2008 and provides services through a team of highly qualified and experienced consultants and subject matter experts. Their client base includes many of the leading market participants, banks, regulators, stock exchanges, data providers and system suppliers. Goodacre UK offers four types of service, namely management consultancy, training, recruitment and event management.

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Please note this article does not constitute investment advice. Investors are encouraged to do their own research beforehand or consult a professional advisor.

Michael Morton

Michael Morton

Michael has worked within the Financial Industry for more than 20 years. Starting out as a financial analyst, he has extensive experience working with fund management groups and brokerages.

With an interest in Stocks and Shares, Funds, ETFs and Commodities, his investment focus is medium to long term gains, with the objective of financial security on retirement, and building wealth for his young children for their adult life. His broker of choice is Hargreaves Lansdown.

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