WealthBriefing European Awards 2020

14 Oct

The date of this year’s WealthBriefing European Awards 2020 has been changed to take account of the current social distancing measures that Coronoavirus COVID-19 has precipitated. The awards will now be held on the evening of 14 October 2020 at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London’s Covent Garden.

Sionic’s Wealth Management & Private Banking Practice has been shortlisted in the WealthBriefing European Awards 2020 – Management Consultancy category. Led by Sionic Managing Partner Gilly Green, the practice has an outstanding track record of delivery strategic advice, business and people improvement projects for a global range of wealth managers, private banks, boutique firms and family offices, software and service providers and platform providers worldwide.

Gilly Green comments

“The annual WealthBriefing Awards are internationally respected as one of our industry’s stand-out marks of esteem. We’re delighted our team’s impact has been recognised in this shortlisting. As senior experts in our field, we believe we have a responsibility to contribute to the health of our industry as a whole, not least in the wake of the Woodford case and these awards play a really important role in highlighting best practice. Sionic has a unique blend of technical expertise with people and organisational development skill and we helping clients to transition to new cultural and behavioural norms, as well as to embrace and embed more efficient processes. We look forward to joining friends and colleagues at this annual celebration of the best wealth management has to offer – and to finding out the results!”

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