The Citywealth IFC Awards, that took place at the five star Grange City Hotel in London, brought together about 200 of the world's top wealth advisors and private client experts. A few days ahead of Burns Night, a kilted bagpiper gave the evening a hint of Scottish flavour, while TV presenter Mark Durden-Smith, son of famous TV personality Judith Chalmers, added a light-hearted touch to the event.
Jersey scooped again the Gold award for the best International Financial Centre of the Year, top award winner for the fourth year running, while Guernsey carried off a silver award and Isle of Man was delighted to have their excellence highlighted with a bronze award
Karen Jones, editor and CEO of Citywealth said of the winners “Congratulations to all the award winners.. Our process of submissions reviewed by industry peers and the online popular vote has become the gold standard for the wealth industry. It enables charities, UHNW and entrepreneurs to select the best managers and advisors to take care of their hard earned money. Winners have proven that they can give advice that is favourable to their clients but also in tune with governments and global public thinking.”
Money was raised during the evening for Lord's Taverners, UK’s leading sports charity that gives disabled young people a sporting chance.
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