TIME is delighted to announce we won all three awards that we were shortlisted for at this year’s Tax Efficiency Awards, hosted by Investment Week.

TIME:Advance, our private client capital preservation focused Business Relief service, was named ‘Best IHT Portfolio Service‘. This is the second time we have won this award, with a previous win in 2017/18 and highly commended in 2018/19.

TIME:AIM, our private client growth oriented Business Relief service, was named ‘Best AIM Portfolio Service – Tax Efficient and Estate Planning Specialist‘ this was the first time we have been nominated for this at these awards, but the second win of the year having also won at this year’s Growth Investor Awards.

We are humbled to have been crowned ‘Tax-efficient Group of the Year‘. This prestigious award is the highest accolade and recognises providers who not only create well managed tax-efficient investments but also promote a greater understanding of the sector.

Nigel Ashfield, Managing Director of TIME Investments, commented ‘We are thrilled to be recognised with an unprecedented three awards at this year’s ceremony. It’s a great endorsement for both of our market leading IHT solutions and a huge honour to also be named Tax-efficient Group of the Year. I want to thank my team and the wider advisory community, without your support we wouldn’t be able to deliver award-winning services.’

 

Posted: 03/12/2019 Categories: Awards, Events, Inheritance Tax, News, TIME:Advance, TIME:AIM, TIME:CTC

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