TIME Investments is delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist in three categories at the 2019 Growth Investor Awards:

  • Best BR Investment Manager – Unlisted
  • Best BR Investment Manager – Listed
  • Team of the Year


For five years, these awards have shone a spotlight on the providers who have an impact beyond investment: creating jobs, boosting economic growth, and supporting innovation. Their investment inspires optimism into companies up and down the UK. This in turn helps foster an entrepreneurial spirit that has made the UK a leading producer of growth companies in recent years.


The Best BR Investment Manager – Unlisted award is open to leading investment managers specialising in non-AIM-based investments qualifying for Business Relief. TIME Investments will compete for the award alongside a number of impressive finalists, including Foresight Group, Triple Point and Octopus Investments.


The Best BR Investment Manager – Listed award is open to leading investment managers specialising in AIM investments qualifying for Business Relief. TIME Investments will compete for the award alongside five other finalists.


The Team of the Year award is new this year. This prize is open to any team working in the growth investment community to deliver exceptional results. Whether it’s involved in business development, customer service, marketing, advisory or something completely different, the judges will be looking for a team that has gone above and beyond to support their customers and colleagues whilst successfully delivering on their projects over the past 12 months.


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. The Growth Investor Awards have rapidly become one of the most respected in our industry, making every category hard fought for. With two previous wins to our name, we are very much looking forward to this year’s event.”


Winners of all the awards categories will be announced at an exclusive black-tie dinner on November 6 at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, London.


“Now in their fifth year, the Growth Investor Awards have rightly become a landmark event in the calendars of the UK’s SME investment community. For one evening each year we celebrate the inspiring individuals and leading organisations whose talents and commitment helps entrepreneurs to power the UK’s economic growth,”

said Guy Tolhurst, Managing Director of Intelligent Partnership, the organiser of these long-standing awards. He added:

“I look forward to shining a much-needed spotlight on all of these providers on November 6 at the Royal Lancaster Hotel. To reach the finalist stage in such a competitive field of entrants is a huge achievement.”


Finalists have been chosen by Intelligent Partnership’s research team, guided by an advisory board. Their entries have now been passed to the second round of judging, carried out by at least three people from an independent panel of 35 judges to provide a diverse mix of qualified perspectives. All of the judges’ scores are collated to determine the winner, with all finalists receiving a personalised feedback and benchmarking report to provide insight about areas for improvement.



Find out more about the awards


Posted: 30/07/2019 Categories: Awards, Inheritance Tax, News, Press, TIME:Advance, TIME:AIM, TIME:CTC

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