We are delighted to announce that TIME has been crowned the winner of ‘Best IHT Portfolio Service’ at Investment Week’s Tax Efficiency Awards 2017/18.

Alongside performance criteria, the awards acknowledge the degree to which each provider has helped promote a greater understanding of the sector and its benefits with investors and advisers. Receiving this award is a testament to all the hard work being put in here at TIME and the effort we are always happy to put in around education of this market with the adviser community and their clients.


The judging panel at this year’s awards included Investment Week’s group editorial director Lawrence Gosling; Mark Brownridge director general of the EIS Association; Martin Fox, managing director of Bulletin Marketing; independent business consultant Scott Longley; Ben Yearsley, director of Shore Financial Planning; and Matthew Woodbridge, head of division – alternatives at St. James’s Place Wealth Management.

Now in its second year, the awards ceremony took place on Friday 1 December in London.


Click here to read the full announcement on Investment Week


Find out more about the award winning service TIME:Advance


Here is a picture of some of the TIME team in attendance on the day collecting our latest award.

Posted: 05/12/2017 Categories: Awards, Inheritance Tax, News, Press, TIME:Advance, TIME:AIM, TIME:CTC

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