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Partner Henry Hood shortlisted in Spear’s Wealth Management Awards 2016 for Family Office Lawyer of the Year

  • October 27, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

We are delighted that Partner Henry Hood has been shortlisted in Spear’s Wealth Management Awards 2016 for Family Office Lawyer of the Year.

The Spear’s Wealth Management Awards recognises and honours influential individuals for their success and outstanding contribution in wealth management, private banking, law and more. The awards provide a platform for over 650 of Europe’s most prominent individuals to celebrate and meet the best and most innovative individuals and companies across the high-net-worth world.

The shortlists are drawn from those featured in Spear’s annual peer-reviewed series of Indices, or by expert recommendation. The shortlists are then critiqued by a panel of experienced judges. The winners will be announced 1 November 2016.

See the full shortlist here.

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