We are delighted to announce a series of successes in this year’s Citywealth awards and leader’s lists.
Our Managing Director, Louise Bracken-Smith, has been named as a Power Women in the 2017 Leaders List, which highlights those professionals working on behalf of ultra-high-net-worth private clients, wealthy families, entrepreneurs and charities.
Louise has been recognised as an influential female leader by Citywealth since 2013 and has been previously named in their Top 200 and Top 100 Power Woman lists.
Inclusion in these directories mean Louise’s expertise is recognised and recommended globally.
Her listing can be viewed here:
Meanwhile, Senior Trust Officer, Chris Mourant has been shortlisted for a Future Leader Award in the category ‘Trustee of the Year- Boutique’.
Louise said: “Chris is a very motivated individual who excels in every aspect of his role, in particular, developing business with our clients in the Middle East and the UK. Chris has all the right attributes required to help take the business forward and has all the makings of a future leader.”
This is the third year running that Chris has been recognised by Citywealth after being named as a Top 100 Future Leader in the 2015 and 2016 list.
The awards have been set up to champion young professionals in the wealth sector and highlight leaders under forty of today and tomorrow
Each category will be judged by a panel of highly recommended young professionals in private wealth management including our Senior Trust Officer, Emma Furzer.
Earlier this year, Emma was shortlisted for a prestigious Magic Circle Award within the Tomorrow Club category, which is a Citywealth networking club aimed at mentoring future leaders in the private wealth industry.
Louise said: “2017 has proved to be another successful year for staff recognition by this prestigious industry body and I am proud of their hard work and determination.”
The Future Leaders Awards ceremony will take place on November 1st and voting is now open.
If you would like to vote for Chris then please follow this link:
Online voting counts for 10% and will be taken into consideration by the judges when making their final decision.