AWARDS 2015 WINNERS

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PERSONALITY AWARDS

European Personality of the Year:

Neil WoodfordNEIL WOODFORD
Woodford Investment Management

 

European CIO of the Year:

Yves ChoueifatyYVES CHOUEIFATY
TOBAM

 

INDUSTRY AWARDS

European Asset Management Firm, assets over €100bn

ROBECO

European Asset Management Firm, assets €20bn - €100bn

CANDRIAM

European Asset Management Firm, assets under €20bn

UNIGESTION

European Specialist Investment Firm of the Year:

ASHMORE GROUP

Also shortlisted:
Pantheon
Ruffer
Tundra Fonder

European ETF Provider of the Year:

AMUNDI ETF

Also shortlisted:
Ossiam
WisdomTree

European Hedge Fund Firm of the Year:

ASPECT CAPITAL

Also shortlisted:
Abbey Capital
Aurum
Dynamic Capital Management

OPERATIONS & TECHNOLOGY  AWARDS

European Front Office Provider of the Year:

LIQUIDNET

Also shortlisted:
Misys
SimCorp

European Back & Middle Office Provider of the Year:

VERMILION SOFTWARE

Also shortlisted:
Milestone Group
SS&C GlobeOp

European Front to Back Office Provider of the Year:

SIMCORP

Also shortlisted:
Eze Software Group

SUPPORT AWARDS

European Custodian of the Year:

HSBC SECURITIES SERVICES

Also shortlisted:
BNP Paribas Securities Services
RBC Investor & Treasury Services
Société Générale Securities Services

European Administrator of the Year:

BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES SERVICES

Also shortlisted:
HSBC Securities Services
Société Générale Securities Services
State Street

European Hedge Fund Administrator of the Year:

STATE STREET

Also shortlisted:
BNP Paribas Securities Services
SS&C GlobeOp

European Specialist Administrator of the Year:

ALTER DOMUS

Also shortlisted:
Augentius
ipes

European Transfer Agent of the Year:

RBC INVESTOR & TREASURY SERVICES

Also shortlisted:
Société Générale Securities Services
State Street

BUSINESS AWARDS

European Consultant of the Year:

ALPHA FINANCIAL MARKETS CONSULTING

Also shortlisted:
EY
Investit

European Marketing Campaign of the year:

KAS BANK

European Thought Leadership

Schroders

Also shortlisted:
EY
UBS GAM

European Fund Launch of the Year

WOODFORD INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT

Also shortlisted:
Franklin Templeton
Lyxor Asset Management

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