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Carrick is Awarded Excellence in Advisory Best Practice and Client Service for Africa

Wealth management and investment firm Carrick Wealth is thrilled to have been named as the winners in two categories at the prestigious 2022 International Investment Awards: Excellence in Advisory Best Practice for Africa and Excellence in Client Service (Advisers) for Africa. Their team were also highly commended in no less than four categories. 

Presented on 6 October in the United Kingdom, the awards – where Carrick Wealth have long been recognised – clearly illustrate the firm’s long-held commitment to its clients as well as its unwavering standards of excellence in best practice throughout the African countries in which it operates.  

Taking home the Excellence in Advisory Best Practice for Africa award for the second year in a row, Carrick is clearly an industry leader with integrity. This award shines a light on wealth management or financial advisory firms located in and/or operating in any region of the world, which have not only adopted best practices on behalf of their clients but have also gone the extra mile to implement practices that provide inspiration for others looking to improve their own businesses.  

The Excellence in Client Services (Advisers) for Africa award acknowledges exceptional client service in the international financial advice sector, reflecting Carrick’s integral client-centric approach.  

Fuelled by a belief that professional people are at the core of excellent financial advice, Carrick places emphasis on the development, support, and recognition of its expert team of professionals. It is therefore a source of particular pride that Carrick not only took home two regional awards, but that some of its celebrated team leaders were also highly commended in four categories, namely: 


Unsung Hero Award (2nd Place)

Rashay Makan, Group Operations Director 

Emerging Talent of the Year (3rd Place) 

Giles Maynard, Private Wealth Manager 

Emerging Talent of the Year (2nd Place) 

Andrew Moore, Private Wealth Manager 

Personality of the Year (3rd Place) 

Seanagh Fannin, Private Wealth Manager 

The International Investment Awards, now in their 23rd year, are the longest running event of their kind. Most awards are decided via submitted entries and selected by a panel of expert judges, with some, like the Client Services award, including an additional readers’ vote element. 

“I couldn’t be prouder that Carrick has been awarded both the Excellence in Best Advisory Practice and Excellence in Client Service (Adviser) regional awards for Africa,” said Craig Featherby, Founder and Group CEO of the Carrick Group of Companies. “This would not be possible without our exemplary team who have worked so hard to contribute to our record of success and who consistently surpass expectations of excellence for both Carrick and our clients.” 

In just eight years, Carrick has rapidly extended its regional footprint and is recognised as one of the fastest-growing and most well-respected advisory firms in the industry. 

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