We are delighted to announce that TIME has been named Best BR Investment Manager non-AIM at the fourth annual Growth Investor Awards 2018.  Having won the award back in 2015 we are thrilled to reclaim the trophy this year!

The win is the third for TIME Investments in 2018, following our recent win in the “Service beyond the call of duty” category at the Moneyfacts Awards and receiving the top accolade in the Property and Real Estate category at Investment Week’s Specialist Investment Awards for TIME:Commerical Freehold.

The Best BR Investment Manager award recognises providers specialising in investments qualifying for Business Relief who can demonstrate innovation in product development and their impact on SME growth and thus is a great endorsement of how we are viewed by our peers within the UK’s SME investment community.

Guy Tolhurst, Managing Director of Intelligent Partnership, commented on TIME Investments’ success:

“TIME has championed the hallmarks of its BR service. The efforts the company has put into growing and developing this and the engagement with advisers really deserve applause. TIME’s service has the longest track record of any provider but it didn’t stop it from setting a new inflows record of £126m.”

TIME Investments competed for the hotly contested prize with seven impressive contestants:  runner-up Octopus Investments, one to watch Triple Point, Blackfinch, Downing, Ingenious, Oxford Capital and Puma.


Check out the full list of winners here




Posted: 08/11/2018 Categories: Awards, Events, Inheritance Tax, News, TIME:Advance

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