Revealed: First adviser shortlists for the 2019 PA Awards

First quartet of Adviser Firm categories

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Over the coming days, Professional Adviser will be proudly revealing the shortlists for its 2019 adviser and provider awards, the winners of which will be announced at a black-tie ceremony next February.

We are delighted that, once again, so many different firms have put themselves forward for consideration for these awards, which are now in their 14th year and seek to reward excellence - both within the financial advice profession and also among the broader financial services sector. The identities of all the winners will be revealed at a black-tie ceremony at The Brewery in London on the evening of Thursday 7 February 2019. Make sure you don't miss out and book your table here Over the coming days, we will be revealing the people and firms vying for some two dozen awards - startin...

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