WH Ireland Wealth Management in the Isle of Man Secures Prestigious Award by LC

WH Ireland Wealth ManagementCongratulations are in order for WH Ireland Wealth Management’s recent achievement at the Wealth Adviser Awards 2016. The wealth management company walked away with this year’s prestigious award for ‘Best International Clients Team’.

 

Carrick Wealth have a enjoyed a positive partnership with WH Ireland and we look forward to strengthening our relationship with them in the years to come.

 

The Isle of Man office of wealth manager WHIreland has been named ‘Best International Clients Team’ at the Wealth Adviser Awards 2016.

 

The prestigious title is recognition of the office’s international offering, which is designed to combine the benefits of superior client service with the advantages of investing in a highly rated and regulated top-tier International Business Centre.

 

Coming just two years after the firm established its international presence in the Isle of Man, it is a significant achievement and acknowledgement of the impressive growth in the Company’s international client base.Richard Killingbeck, Group CEO said:

 

‘This is another strong endorsement of our Isle of Man-based team and a testament to the hard work they have undertaken in a short space of time to establish WHIreland Wealth Management as a premier provider of investment management services to the local community and internationally.’

 

The annual Wealth Adviser Awards recognise excellence among wealth managers and service providers from across the UK and its Crown Dependencies in a range of categories covering the entire wealth management sector.

 

Nominees, which include some well-known names, are judged on a peer review basis, with Wealth Adviser readers, including institutional and high net worth investors, managers and other industry professionals, voting online.

 

Photo – David Bushe, Director and Investment Manager at WH Ireland Wealth Management, receives the award from Beverly Chandler, Managing Editor at Wealth Adviser.

 

Source: www.manx.net

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