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The Awards for International Finance Centres

Now in their seventh year, The Citywealth International Financial Centre Awards were established to highlight the excellence of the advisers and managers in the private wealth sector in the major international financial centres.

  • Judged by an international panel of highly respected practitioners from all private wealth sectors covering all the jurisdictions
  • The winners are those judged to have excelled in achievement, innovation, expertise and service
  • A unique opportunity for both large and small offshore companies to be recognised for an outstanding achievement

 

2018 Event Details

Date: Thursday, 25 January, 2018

Time: 6.30 pm

Venue: Rosewood London Hotel, 252 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EN

Dress Code: Smart Suits/Cocktail Wear

The Categories

  • IFC of the Year

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1. Local marketing and innovation. 2. International connections 3. Reputation management of the IFC 4. Leadership and development. 5. Growth in statistics. 6. Contribution to the success of the financial services community 7. Contribution to the wider community.

  • Investment Management Company of the Year - Isle of Man

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Investment management performance.

  • Investment Management Company of the Year - Channel Islands

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Investment management performance.

  • Family Office of the Year

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Investment management performance.

  • Private Bank of the Year - Channel Islands

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Investment management performance.

  • Private Bank of the Year - Switzerland and Lichtenstein

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Investment management performance.

  • Private Bank/Wealth Management Company of the Year - Europe

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Investment management performance.

  • Law Firm of the Year - Caribbean

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1. Legal expertise and innovation. 2. Industry knowledge and experience 3. Troubleshooting and/or tax solutions. 5. Leadership and development. 6. Client satisfaction. 7. Contribution to the success of the business. 8. Contribution to the wider community.

  • Law Firm of the Year - Guernsey

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1. Legal expertise and innovation. 2. Industry knowledge and experience 3. Troubleshooting and/or tax solutions. 5. Leadership and development. 6. Client satisfaction. 7. Contribution to the success of the business. 8. Contribution to the wider community.

  • Law Firm of the Year - Asia

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1. Legal expertise and innovation. 2. Industry knowledge and experience 3. Troubleshooting and/or tax solutions. 5. Leadership and development. 6. Client satisfaction. 7. Contribution to the success of the business. 8. Contribution to the wider community.

  • Law Firm of the Year - Isle of Man

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1. Legal expertise and innovation. 2. Industry knowledge and experience 3. Troubleshooting and/or tax solutions. 5. Leadership and development. 6. Client satisfaction. 7. Contribution to the success of the business. 8. Contribution to the wider community.

  • Law Firm of the Year - Jersey

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1. Legal expertise and innovation. 2. Industry knowledge and experience 3. Troubleshooting and/or tax solutions. 5. Leadership and development. 6. Client satisfaction. 7. Contribution to the success of the business. 8. Contribution to the wider community.

  • Boutique Law Firm of the Year

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1. Legal expertise and innovation. 2. Industry knowledge and experience 3. Troubleshooting and/or tax solutions. 5. Leadership and development. 6. Client satisfaction. 7. Contribution to the success of the business. 8. Contribution to the wider community.

  • Law Firm of the Year - Switzerland

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1. Legal expertise and innovation. 2. Industry knowledge and experience 3. Troubleshooting and/or tax solutions. 5. Leadership and development. 6. Client satisfaction. 7. Contribution to the success of the business. 8. Contribution to the wider community.

  • Trust Company of the Year - Caribbean

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Long term client relationships and retention.

  • Trust Company of the Year - Guernsey

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Long term client relationships and retention.

  • Trust Company of the Year - Asia

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Long term client relationships and retention.

  • Trust Company of the Year - Isle of Man

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Long term client relationships and retention.

  • Trust Company of the Year - Jersey

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Long term client relationships and retention.

  • Trust Company of the Year - Switzerland

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Long term client relationships and retention.

  • Trust Company of the Year - Malta

    The award in this section will be judged against seven key criteria which the judging committee will expect to see evidence of: 1 Industry knowledge and experience 2. Troubleshooting and client solutions. 3. Leadership and development including qualifications. 4. Client satisfaction. 5. Contribution to the success of the business. 6. Contribution to the wider community. 7. Long term client relationships and retention.

“ We are dedicated to building long-term relationships with our clients. So these awards, because they are voted for in part by our clients, recognise this and reflect a strong year for the business’s offshore division.”

Leading private client trustee, Jersey

“ Being named ‘Law Firm of the Year’ is a tremendous accolade which recognises the high level of service we provide to our clients. Being recognised in this way by Citywealth is the perfect way to begin the new year.”

Leading private client lawyer, Cayman Islands

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