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JH&P shortlisted once again for Charity Times award

JH&P shortlisted once again for Charity Times award

James Hambro & Partners has once again been shortlisted for the Boutique Investment Management prize in the Charity Times Awards.

The shortlisting, coming twelve months after JH&P won the award, underlines its continued commitment to the charity sector.

The firm’s portfolio of charity clients continues to grow – in large part because of a bespoke offering to charities that typically have between £1 million to £15 million of assets and that are finding themselves forced by larger investment houses into off-the-peg solutions.

Nicola Barber, Head of Charities, said: “Many charities need bespoke investment management, particularly if they have ethical and sustainability requirements and we are committed to meeting that need.”

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The Charity Times Awards are a celebration of best practice in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector. Now in their 17th year, the awards are run by Charity Times Magazine – the leading title for UK non-profit professionals.