deVere Group has won the Best Global Independent Financial Advisory Organisation award at the 2016 Business Excellence Awards, it has today been announced.
This is the first major award to be won this year by deVere Group, which has $10 bn under advice from 80,000 clients in more than 100 countries, after winning a total of seven key industry awards in 2015.
A spokesperson for the Awards comments: “The prestigious Business Excellence Awards were first established to highlight and celebrate the outstanding performance and results achieved by the leading lights across the corporate world, despite working within increasingly competitive markets.
“Whilst we understand that there are many aspects to a business’ success, corporate leaders are at the forefront of all industry development and bear a vast responsibility, utilising their ingenuity, creativity and industry experience to steer their firm through trying economic times.”
Laura Hunter, Awards Coordinator, adds: “This awards program showcases the talent, dedication and sheer drive of business leaders from across the globe and the corporate landscape. I am truly honoured to be able to highlight deVere’s achievements and wish them continued success in the future.”
For his part, Nigel Green, founder and CEO of deVere comments: “It is a real honour and privilege to win the Best Global Independent Financial Advisory Organisation 2016 award. The award recognises the dedication and commitment of our teams across the world who work tirelessly with clients to tailor workable financial strategies and to provide them with a results-driven service.
“Winning the award helps to further showcase our impressive set of credentials. This kind of third party endorsement helps potential clients choose between different companies when looking for a financial advisory firm. It is like a recommendation or referral, which are always invaluable.”
Mr Green concludes: “In terms of our forward strategy, our vision is simple: to continue to keep our clients at the heart of everything we do.”