Fisher Investments Europe
2015, 2016, 2017, 2019
Fisher Investments Europe, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fisher Investments, announced today that it has won the 2019 ADVFN International Financial Award for Wealth Manager of the Year, the fourth time it has received the honour.
The ADVFN International Financial Awards, established in 2015, recognise and celebrate the best financial products and services from across the industry, both nationally and internationally. ADVFN, formerly known as the Advanced Financial Network, is based in the UK and is a leading private investor website offering stock prices, charts and tools for all major world markets, indices, forex pairs, futures, options, ETFs and covered warrants.
Fisher Investments Europe earned the award in its inaugural year and again in 2016 and 2017. In recognising the firm as Wealth Manager of the Year for the fourth time, ADVFN cited Fisher Investments Europe’s diverse wealth management offerings and exceptional customer service as well as its ability to provide highly customised investment plans for its clients.
"Fisher Investments Europe has established itself as a leader in European wealth management,” said ADVFN CEO Clem Chambers. “Its growth in the UK over the last several years and unique approach has helped change how the industry serves high net worth clients.”
“It is truly exciting to be recognised by ADVFN once again as the best Wealth Manager of the Year,” said Carrianne Coffey, Senior Executive Vice President, Private Client Group International. “As a company, our priority is to provide top-of-the-line wealth management service and investment counsel to our clients. This award is a testament to our continued dedication and determination to meet each customers’ financial goals.”
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