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Senior Partner Clare Maurice named as one of Eprivateclient's 50 Most Influential

The 50 Most Influential is designed to identify, recognise, promote and introduce the leading practitioners of the private client professions and shows the breadth and depth of talent at the forefront of the private client professions today. 

Those that have made it onto the list are the leaders when it comes to providing the best possible advice & service for clients and innovation in the way the needs of wealthy individuals are met.

The 50 Most Influential began with an open call for nominations. A shortlist was then drawn up from the nominations as well as industry knowledge. The quality and quantity of nominations were considered. Factors such as the nominee’s position, achievements, career progression and who had made the nomination were taken into account. These along with PAM Insight’s extensive knowledge of the sector were used to draw up the definitive list of those deemed to be at the forefront of shaping private client work. All judging was carried out by an internal PAM Insight panel of experts.

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