Citywealth Leaders List 2015 – Hunters score record success

  • June 08, 2015
  • By Hunters Law

The annual Citywealth Leaders List is compiled from a variety of sources, both those working within the wealth management sector and many clients. We are very pleased to have 6 of our partners honoured this year, in 4 sectors.

Hetty Gleave is mentioned for her work in Art Advisory. Jonathan Godwin-Austen is noted as a prominent figure in Private Client work, as is Charlotte Simm whose name is on the prestigious Honours List.

Patricia Sykes is noted for her work in Landed Estates and Property.

Hetty Gleave, Henry Hood and Hazel Wright are all noted for their work in Family and Matrimonial, where Henry is on the Honours List, and Hetty and Hazel are listed as prominent figures.

Hetty, Charlotte, Patricia and Hazel are also noted as Power Women in their particular specialisms.

It is very gratifying to receive this recognition, and we would like to thank those other professionals and all clients who gave time to the compilation of this Leaders List, for their kind endorsements of our work and our firm.

Read the full Citywealth Leaders List 2015 here.

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