Bedell makes ‘Most Admired’ list for fourth consecutive time

| February 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Bedell Trust has been included in the coveted list of ‘Most Admired UK Companies’ for the fourth consecutive year. The accolade is awarded by Private Client Practitioner (PCP), the leading industry magazine in the private wealth sector, to only 25 firms who they judge to be ‘the most admired companies in the UK and UK offshore market.’

The firm, which had already been chosen as one of the ‘Top 25 Most Admired Trust Companies’ by PCP, was selected for inclusion in PCP’s overall list, having been considered with other trust companies, accountancy practices, law firms and independent financial advisers.

Bedell Trust’s inclusion follows a year in which it expanded its private wealth offering in the family office market, introduced a depositary service to meet regulatory changes in the funds sector, and made further significant hires to strengthen teams in key markets. It continued to enjoy low staff turnover and in 2013 promoted a further ten people across business lines.

Also in 2013 Bedell Trust CEO, Nick Cawley, featured in PCP’s top 50 ‘Most Influential Private Client Professionals’ for the third consecutive time, Associate Director, Susan Le Gresley, was among PCP’s ’Top 35 Under 35’ rising stars and Bedell had six fee earners included in Citywealth’s Future Leaders List for 2013.

Michael Richardson, Executive Chairman, Bedell Trust, commented:

‘Our selection once again reflects the ongoing development of the firm which has included further expansion into new markets and the recruitment of experienced, highly qualified individuals to strengthen the depth of cross border expertise available to our clients. We continued to foster career development within the firm and earned recognition for the skills and client service qualities of many of our teams.’

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