Portfolio Adviser is delighted to announce the nominations process for the 2023 Wealth Partnership Awards is now officially open. Back for their fourth year, the awards are designed to recognise and reward excellence across key elements of the UK’s wealth and asset management sectors – particularly where representatives of the two work together in partnership for the good of end-investors.
The awards are open to individuals, teams and companies in UK wealth and asset management and, if you work in either sector, please do take a moment to put forward the name of a colleague or anyone else you believe deserves recognition – yourself included! Category shortlists will be published in the early autumn and winners announced on 28 November 2023. The deadline for nominations, meanwhile, is 7 July 2023.
Portfolio Adviser editorial director Julian Marr said: “As a leading provider of news, insight and analysis for UK fund selectors, wealth managers, discretionary portfolio managers, private bankers and advisers specialising in investments, PA has a duty to highlight instances of both good and bad practice in wealth and asset management – and if we come down hard on the bad, it is only fair and reasonable we should celebrate the good.
“That is why, as the ‘PAWPAs’ move into their fourth year, we are once again calling on Portfolio Adviser readers to put forward their nominations for those individuals, teams, companies and initiatives they believe deserve recognition for excellence across the UK’s wealth and asset management sectors in areas such as investment, ESG, marketing, inclusion, sales, service, technology and wellbeing.”
Where appropriate, nominees can be involved in roles relating to UK-based wealth management and asset management – including but not limited to investment, management, strategy, product development, marketing, communications, sales, client service, human resources and front, middle or back-office operations.
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After the deadline for nominations has passed, all nominees will be contacted and sent a short questionnaire they will be required to complete to progress to the next round of judging. Category shortlists will be created on the strength of completed questionnaires and, from these, an expert panel of judges will decide the winners. These awards focus heavily – though not exclusively – on the previous calendar year and so our judges will be asked to attribute significant weight to relevant achievements accomplished since 1 January 2022.
All the category shortlists will be announced this autumn, with the winners revealed at a special lunch that will take place in central London on 28 November 2023.