Oxford Risk highly commended at WealthBriefing European Awards 2019

April 1, 2021
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Greg

Globally recognised expert in applied decision science, behavioural finance, and financial wellbeing, as well as a specialist in both the theory and practice of risk profiling. He started the banking world’s first behavioural finance team as Head of Behavioural-Quant Finance at Barclays, which he built and led for a decade from 2006.

Oxford Risk, one of Europe's foremost risk profiling technology providers was last night given a prestigious editor's award at the WealthBriefing European Awards 2019.  The triumph is yet another milestone in the company's drive to be recognised as one of the pre-eminent players in the competitive investor risk profiling space.

Showcasing 'best of breed' providers in the global private banking, wealth management and trusted advisor communities, the awards were designed to recognise companies, teams and individuals which the prestigious panel of judges deemed to have 'demonstrated innovation and excellence during 2018'. Emma Crosby from SKY News presented the awards during a glitzy gala black-tie dinner, at the Guildhall in the City of London.

Commenting on the firm's triumph, Nick Charnley, Business Development Director, Oxford Risk said: 'We are delighted to have been voted the winner of this prestigious award by so many of the industry's great and good. It is a great honour to be recognised in these awards, and testament to the hard work that the team have put in over the last 12 months.  Everyone has really pulled together to ensure we continue to deliver the highest level of service to our clients, and move us that bit closer to our goal of being recognised as the premier risk profiler in the investor risk profiling space”.

ClearView Financial Media's CEO, and Publisher of WealthBriefing, Stephen Harris, was first to extend his congratulations to all the winners.  He said: “The firms who triumphed in these awards are all worthy winners, and I would like to extend my heartiest congratulations.  These awards were judged solely on the basis of entrants' submissions and their response to a number of specific questions, which had to be answered focusing on the client experience, not quantitative performance metrics.  That is a unique, and I believe, compelling feature.  These awards recognise the very best operators in the private client industry, with 'independence', 'integrity' and 'genuine insight' the watchwords of the judging process - such that the awards truly reflect excellence in wealth management.  I am optimistic that these annual awards will become one of the brightest highlights in the wealth management calendar.”

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