Finura is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted, once more, in the Adviser Firm of the Year (London) category at the Professional Adviser Awards.
Having previously been awarded highly commended in the Best Client Engagement category back in 2017, we are keen to showcase how all areas of the business are reaching high standards.
Our entry was heavily judged on our response to a case study that was set by the judges and we look forward to finding the outcome at a black-tie ceremony next February.
For details of the other finalists, please click here.
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