Oxford Risk’s Investor Compass Risk Suitability Solution Wins 2022 FT Adviser Award

November 15, 2022
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Adam Sideserf is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Head of Marketing at Oxford Risk.

Oxford Risk’s Investor Compass Risk Suitability Solution Wins 2022 FT Adviser Award

Conducted by the FT Adviser, The Financial Adviser Service Awards (FASAs) are voted for by adviser users and subscribers of the FT Adviser between May and June. The suppliers that most impress the intermediaries are issued a star rating from one-to-five, based on the overall number and aggregate rating received from voters.

Oxford Risk’s Risk Suitability tool, Investor Compass, has been given a four-star rating, voted for by advisers and users of the solution. This rating is in the category of Back Office and Support Services and sees Oxford Risk leapfrog a number of competitors in the Risk Suitability category. Commenting on the receipt of the award, James Pereira-Stubbs, Oxford Risk’s Chief Client Officer said, “This award really evidences the value we’re seeing in listening to our customers and acting on their feedback and input.

Thank you to everyone who voted for us. We’ll be looking to reward this by further developing and refining our unique behavioural finance risk suitability tools in line with your requests. We’re really looking forward to the future and continuing to support our clients with better financial decision-making for investors.”

Investor Compass is Oxford Risk’s core client risk and ESG suitability software solution, serving wealth managers and financial planners across the globe. To find out more about Investor Compass or to book a demo, please click here.

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