Revealed: All the winners at the Professional Adviser Awards 2018

Harpdsen and Premier multiple winners

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Harpsden Wealth Management and Premier Asset Management emerged as multiple winners at the 2018 Professional Adviser Awards, while 12 firms made the grade in this year's 'Best Financial Advisers To Work For' survey.

Henley-on-Thames-based Harpsden won the prestigious Adviser Firm of the Year - UK award in addition to its regional category, Adviser Firm of the Year - South East. Premier meanwhile picked up half of the evening's multi-asset awards - for best funds in the Rising Income and Positive Return categories as well as being adjudged Multi-Asset Fund Group of the Year. In total, the services and products of some 200 advisers and other businesses were under consideration for the 2018 Professional Adviser Awards, which are now in their 13th year and seek to reward excellence within both the finan...

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