Trust and Corporate Services provider Knox House Trust has been shortlisted for prestigious Citywealth industry award.
Knox House Trust (“KHT”) is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted in the “Family Office of the Year” category in the 2018 Citywealth International Financial Centre (IFC) Awards.
The winners will be announced at a prestigious awards ceremony to be held on 25th January 2018 in London, following the judging process which includes an online open vote for industry peers, in addition to the decisions of a panel of highly respected industry practitioners.
KHT Managing Director, Anthony Page said; “We are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted for this prestigious industry award. It is a great achievement for the team, and endorses the professionalism and “can-do” approach offered by each and everyone one of them. It also comes at a time when our business is expanding and so it is all the more welcomed as it reflects our ongoing commitment in providing an exceptional client focused service to clients and their professional advisers.”
“We invest a lot of time and care getting to know clients and understanding their individual requirements which can often be complex and span multiple jurisdictions. By doing so it enables us to offer a creative and innovative approach with the implementation of bespoke solutions which are truly tailored to meet the specific needs of our Family Office clients.”
The Awards, now in their 7th year, were established to highlight the excellence of advisers and managers working in the private wealth sector in the major international financial centres. With the winners being those that are recognised for their success in achievement, innovation, expertise and service.
Knox House Trust is an independent, privately owned trust and corporate service provider offering a wide range of award winning fiduciary and Family Office services to a diverse and expanding international client base.
If you would like to support Knox House Trust with their nomination for this award, please vote here.
Photo - Knox House Trust Managing Director, Anthony Page.