After a rigorous assessment process, Church House has been placed on a select shortlist of providers in the category of Boutique Investment Management.
The Charity Times Awards encompasses a wide ranging review of the sector including investment management providers that deliver services to charity investors.
As in 2017, Church House has come through a rigorous assessment process to be placed on a select shortlist of providers in the category of Boutique Investment Management.
This award focuses on the delivery of real quantifiable investment returns, especially within the last 12-months, but also within a wider timeframe context, and firms need to show a real understanding of the investment needs of the charities, with which they work.
James Johnsen, Director at Church House Investment Management, said “We are delighted to have come through the first stage of this process. There is a high degree of synergy between the needs of charity investors and the Church House approach to managing money. Furthermore, the service and support model we have built is something they really value”
In June of this year, Church House was recognised as being one of the Top 100 Trust Companies following an extensive research process by ePrivate Client.