The Wigmore Association, an innovative association of non-competing family offices who are passionate about collaboration and the sharing of ideas and intelligence to benefit their client families, have had a number of success stories in January marking a positive and buoyant start to the new decade.
Northwood Family Office, based in Toronto, Canada, have been shortlisted for the Family Wealth Report Awards 2020 in the category of North American Multi-Family Office (up to $2.5 bln). Tom McCullough, Chairman and Chief Executive has also been nominated personally in the category of Thought Leadership for his recent book Wealth of Wisdom: The Top 50 Questions Wealthy Families Ask, co-edited with Keith Whitaker (www.wealthofwisdombook.com).
“We are delighted to have been shortlisted for both of these prestigious awards. It is a great honour to be recognized in the company of industry leaders and significant contributors to the family wealth field across North America.”Tom McCullough, Chairman and Chief Executive, Northwood Family Office
There has also been success at Sandaire, the London based Multi-Family Office, who have been shortlisted for Private Investment Office of the Year in the Magic Circle Awards 2020. If you would like to vote you can do so here – (www.leaderslist.co.uk/leaderslist/sandaire-investment-office).
Each year the Citywealth Magic Circle Awards bring together the elite of advisors in the wealth industry, as well as being an established event for philanthropists and the UHNW readership of Citywealth, so this is a great honour for Sandaire to be recognised.James Fleming, Chief Executive, Sandaire
In addition James Fleming was voted one of the top 50 most influential in PAM’s recently published results. The aim of the listing is to recognise and celebrate the most prominent and important figures in the private asset management community. These are the individuals that shape the sector and are at the forefront of innovation and new ideas designed to bring the best service to clients. This annual accolade considers an individual’s career to date, but importantly their achievements over the past year.