Just ONE WEEK LEFT to nominate for the 2022 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential

News Team, 05/11/2021

Readers now have just one week left to make a nomination for the 2022 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential - the definitive list of the most influential professionals in the private client field.

The 50 Most Influential recognises and celebrates the most prominent and important movers and shakers within the private client advisory professions. These are those that shape the profession and are at the forefront of innovation and new ideas designed to bring the best service to clients.

Nominations are invited for the most prominent achievers in the private client advisory professions, such as lawyers, accountants, trustees, or any other professional intermediary working in the UK or UK Crown Dependencies market (Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man).

In addition, private bankers, financial planners and investment managers are invited to nominate any practitioner they feel has had an impact on the profession.

The name, job title, firm, contact details and brief biography of the nominee must be submitted, together with a photograph where possible. The biography should clearly demonstrate why the nominee should make it onto eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential.

Contact details are also required for whoever makes the nomination, as this will be taken into account in weighting of nominations.

The closing date for nominations is Friday 12 November 2021. After which judging will take place and the final list of the 50 biggest movers and shakers will be drawn up.

To make a nomination please click here

The 2021 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential is kindly sponsored by Sarasin & Partners.

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