Saunderson House wins Pensions Advisory Firm of the Year 2016

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23 May 2016


cheap cocktail gowns NZSaunderson House has been awarded Pensions Advisory Firm of the Year at the WealthBriefing European Awards 2016.

The awards were judged by a panel of third party experts, including leading global accountancy firms and other advisors within the wealth sector.

The accolade further recognises Saunderson House’s retirement planning service, complementing our recent awards including Best for HNWI Retirement Planning UK, Wealth & Money Management Awards 2015.

Tony Overy, Managing Director at Saunderson House commented: “We are delighted to have been recognised with a WealthBriefing award for our Pensions Advisory service. The award confirms the excellent work our advisors are doing and tangibly endorses the expertise of the Saunderson House team, demonstrating we have something special to offer our clients.”

ClearView Financial Media’s CEO and Publisher of WealthBriefing, Stephen Harris, extended his congratulations to all the winners, stating: “These awards recognise the very best operators in the private client industry, with ‘independence’, ‘integrity’ and ‘genuine insight’ the watchwords of the judging process – such that the awards truly reflect excellence in wealth management.”

The awards dinner took place on Thursday 19 May at the Guildhall, City of London.



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