Citywealth - Connecting and Informing Private Wealth Management Globally with independent information and a User Rating Site: The Leaders List
Citywealth was founded in 2005 with the purpose of bringing together ultra-high net worth clients and their advisers and managers working in the private wealth sector. Citywealth achieves this with a mixture of publications, events, networking groups and interviews on YouTube with leading experts to bring together different segments of the market to develop contacts, build business and raise information and standards in the sector.
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This website contains news, interviews, features and lifestyle pieces, as well as a large back catalogue of articles going back to 2005 when Citywealth was launched.
A mid-week roundup of news and exclusive expert comments on the latest trends in the private wealth industry, delivered straight into readers’ mailboxes. The Weekly is distributed to over 12,000 subscribers across the financial sector.
Used by more than 3,000 leading advisers and managers in the private wealth sector, Citywealth Leaders List is a way to find the best wealth managers and advisors globally. It also allows clients to have their say by leaving ratings and reviews. The online version is updated and checked on a daily basis and monitored for fake reviews and to manage complaints. Recommended names must submit two peer or client references which are verified by Citywealth.
Throughout the year, the Citywealth editorial team publish 'Top Rated' lists of the leading professionals in certain categories and sectors. From Powerwomen, Future Leaders, Philanthropists, Trust Litigators, and more.
Launched in 2012, the Citywealth IFC Awards have been established to highlight the excellence of the advisers and managers in the private wealth sector in International Financial Centres. The event attracts over 200 attendees from fifteen different countries. It is an ideal platform for investment managers to meet international trustees. Attendees in 2019 included Appleby, Butterfield, Canaccord Genuity, Cazenove Capital, Coutts, Lombard Odier, Quilter Cheviot, and Rathbones.
2020 will be the fifteenth year of the Citywealth’s flagship event. Held each Spring, the Magic Circle Awards bring together more than 400 elite advisers and managers in the international wealth industry. In 2019, over 140 organisations from over twenty jurisdictions were represented, including the leading law firms, trust companies, family offices, tax advisers, investment managers and bankers to recognise the achievements of the industry during the past year.
The Powerwomen Awards highlight the female leaders in the private wealth industry and celebrate individuals and companies who support caregiving responsibilities, female leadership, and promote diversity. The awards also create a platform for best practice and positive social influence on the sector. The event attracts over 180 attendees from blue-chip wealth management organisations. Attendees this year included Citi Bank, Credit Suisse, Deloitte, KPMG, PwC, RBC, Stanhope and UBS.
The Citywealth Brand Management and Reputation Awards were launched after extensive consultation and research due to the rising importance of branding as a business differentiator and driver. It’s more than your logo, name or tagline. It has a real and distinct personality, an energy and attitude, character, behaviour, value system and code of ethics.
Now in their fifth year, the Citywealth Future Leaders Awards highlight the emerging talents in the wealth management sector. Although many of the winners are in their first or second jobs, their achievements, quality of their work, and reputation within the industry make them the leaders of tomorrow.
Citywealth Networking Groups
Citywealth networking groups meet in London four times a year in the early evening. Each group has members from the leading London firms as well as members from the Channel Islands and Switzerland.
The Citywealth Tomorrow Club brings together the young high-flyers in the wealth industry. Membership has grown to over seventy organisation and 150 individuals representing leading banks, accountants, law firms, investment managers and family offices in the wealth sector. Members are in their first or second job and the group provides the opportunity to build contacts that are going to help them with work as their careers develop. The events also offer mentoring from industry heavyweights.
Citywealth WP and Powerwomen Club
This club is aimed at connecting offshore trustees with London intermediaries and relationship managers. Citywealth WP provides a networking group that will help members build their profile and attract new clients and mandates.
Citywealth Powerwomen Club
Formerly known as Women in Wealth, Citywealth Powerwomen Club is an educational supper club for senior women in the wealth sector. Members are heads of private banking, heads of department, managing directors, senior partners in a law firm or equivalent – minimum level of experience in the private wealth sector is ten years to qualify for membership.
30 minute live streamed interviews and a library of views on the latest news and government initiatives or laws.
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