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Three in research recognised in ‘Wealth Manager Top 100’ 2021

Ross Brooks, Adam Carruthers and Lynn Hutchinson were recognised in the Citywire's 2021 ‘Wealth Manager Top 100’

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We are delighted that three members of our Research team have been recognised in the 2021 ‘Wealth Manager Top 100’. The annual search, run by Citywire Wealth Manager, showcases the UK’s top fund selectors of the biggest wealth managers and private banks and their contributions to the financial services sector over the last year.

The list comprises long-standing market leaders, but also reflects the emergence of new entrants who are driving increasing competition in the sector. Following a record number of applicants, the 2021 finalists are those individuals whose exceptional influence and innovation continues to reshape and challenge the industry.

Three finalists

Our team have consistently featured in the top 100 over the past ten years. The 2021 finalists are:

  • Ross Brookes, Head of Collective Research
  • Adam Carruthers, Collectives Analyst
  • Lynn Hutchinson, Senior Collectives Analyst

I am delighted that the hard work of these individuals has been recognised once again. Their dedication and talent continues to strengthen the position of Charles Stanley as a market leader but more importantly, celebrates their ongoing, individual success. We are fortunate to have such talented colleagues at Charles Stanley whose tireless contributions are not only serving our clients, but also influencing the entire industry

Dan James, Head of Asset Management

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Three in research recognised in ‘Wealth Manager Top 100’ 2021

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Meet the finalists

Ross Brookes
Head of Collective Research

Ross Brookes

Adam Carruthers
Analyst

Adam Carruthers

Lynn Hutchinson
Senior Analyst (Passives)

Lynn Hutchinson