New York, NY (PRWEB) June 23, 2008
Private Asset Management, a publication of Institutional Investor News, has announced the nominees for the 7th Annual High-Net-Worth Industry Awards. James (Jay) E. Hughes, author, counselor and founder of private client law firm Hughes and Whitaker is being honored for lifetime achievement.
To honor the nominees, Institutional Investor Awards will host a gala awards dinner and ceremony on September 15, 2008 at the Pierre Hotel in New York City.
The awards dinner is being held in conjunction with Institutional Investor Events' Integrated Wealth Management Forum, Sept. 15 -17 at the Union League Club in New York City.
For more information visit: http://www.iievents.com/wealth
More information about each of the nominees is available at:
Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
Jay Hughes, author, counselor and founder of private client law firm Hughes and Whitaker
2008 AWARD CATEGORIES & NOMINEES:
Advertising Campaign of the Year
U.S. Trust, Bank of America
Wells Fargo Private Bank
Philanthropic Group of the Year
The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies
Bank of America
Second Look Financial
Wachovia Wealth Management
Single Family Office of the Year
Heritage Equity Partners
Cymric Family Office Services
Multi-Family Office of the Year
GenSpring Family Offices
Lowenhaupt Global Advisors
Platform Provider of the Year
Aequus Wealth Management
BNY Mellon Wealth Management
High-Net-Worth Leader of the Year
Convergent Wealth Advisors
Event Planner of the Year
High Water Women
Institute For Private Investors
About the High-Net-Worth Industry Awards:
Institutional Investor News awards set the standard for excellence within the financial services industry. Opinions are solicited from the industry but the nominees and winners are selected exclusively by the editorial staff of Private Asset Management.
About Private Asset Management:
Private Asset Management is the only publication focusing exclusively on marketing investment management, financial and advisory services to the high-net-worth arena, delivering breaking news before it appears anywhere else.