PAM Names WE Family Offices the Best Multi-Family Office for Client Service
February 15, 2019
We are pleased to announce that WE Family Offices has been named Best Multi-Family Office – Client Service – Over $2 Billion by Private Asset Management (PAM) Magazine during the 2019 PAM Awards. In addition to this honor, WE Family Offices was also deemed an Honorary Contender for their other nominated category: Best Multi-Family Office – Overall – Over $2 Billion.
The PAM Awards, which was held February 7, 2019 in New York City, recognizes the top investment professionals and wealth advisors operating within the private wealth industry. The winners of these awards represent the best in the private wealth community and are selected based on their consistent demonstration of financial progress, growth, client satisfaction, and product innovation.
In response to the firm’s achievement, WE Family Offices Managing Partner Michael Zeuner states, “Our goal is to be a committed advocate for the long term interests of every family we work with. It’s an honor to be recognized for our dedication to providing transparent financial advice that serves our clients’ interests first.”
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About the Private Asset Management Awards:
The annual Private Asset Management Awards – presented by Private Asset Management (PAM) Magazine – is an evening of recognition and reward for top investment professionals, wealth advisors, legal firms, consultants, and other key service providers operating within the private asset management industry. Judges will take part in a judging conference call, where the winners will be decided. One expert judge per category will be asked to summarize the judges’ comments. Judges have discretionary power to move submissions into alternative categories that they think may be more suitable. All judges are required to sign a disclaimer form to keep information about entries and the final winners confidential. The judges are carefully selected for their wealth of experience and expertise, as well as their absence of conflicts of interest. Judges cannot judge any categories that their company has submitted for and are obliged to declare that they have to conflicts of interest prior to judging.