We are delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist at the 2022 Growth Investor Awards in the below three categories:

 

  • Best BR Investment Manager – Unlisted (asset-backed)
  • Best BR Investment Manager – Listed (AIM)
  • Team of the Year

 

This year there were a record-breaking number of award entrants and we are delighted to have secured finalist spots in three categories. Now in their eighth year, the Growth Investor Awards hosted by Intelligent Partnership have become a cornerstone in the investment industry calendar. The awards recognise and celebrate the companies and individuals who go above and beyond to support the UK’s growing businesses, and in doing so create jobs, boost economic growth, and support innovation.

Categories in detail:

Best BR Investment Manager – Unlisted is open to any investment manager specialising in non-AIM based investments qualifying for Business Property Relief. The judges will be looking at the performance of our service since 6 April 2021, assessing success across investee selection, investment volume and performance, adviser relations, customer feedback, and overall impact. We will compete for the award alongside six other finalists, including Foresight, Octopus Investments and Triple Point.

Best BR Investment Manager – Listed is open to any investment manager specialising in AIM investments qualifying for Business Property Relief. The judges will be looking at the performance of our service since 6 April 2021, assessing success across investee company selection, investment volume and inflows, adviser relations, customer feedback, and overall impact. We will compete for the award alongside five other finalists, including Charles Stanley, Downing and Puma Investments.

Team of the Year is open to any team working within the growth investment community to deliver exceptional results. The judges will be looking for the team that has gone above and beyond to support their customers and colleagues whilst successfully delivering on our projects since 6 April 2021. We will compete for the award alongside Parkwalk other finalists, including Octopus Investments.

With an impressive expansion over the last few years, the Growth Investor Awards will be bigger than ever this year, with finalists across 28 categories. The awards ceremony will take place at a gala dinner with more than 450 guests on Thursday 24 November at the London Hilton Park Lane.

Simon Housden, Sales and Marketing Director of TIME Investments commented on the triple nomination:

We are absolutely delighted to be finalists for these prestigious awards once again. The Growth Investor Awards have rapidly become one of the most respected in our industry, making every category hard fought for. With four previous wins to our name, we are very much looking forward to this year’s event”.

Guy Tolhurst, Managing Director at Intelligent Partnership, said:

We’re always so impressed by the vital work our finalists do to support the fastest-growing UK SMEs and start-ups. That’s why we wanted to expand the Growth Investor Awards this year, ensuring that there is even more opportunity to get the recognition they deserve. Our categories are always competitive, but this year has exceeded all expectations. TIME Investments deserves huge congratulations for making it into the final three highly competitive categories, because I know how stiff the competition was”.

Entrants shortlisted within each category will move on to a second round of judging by at least three industry experts drawn from an independent panel of more than 35 judges, whose scores will be collated to determine the winner, runner up and one to watch in each category.

Click here to find out more about the awards and see the full list of finalists

Posted: 02/09/2022 Categories: News, TIME:AIM

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