CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwire) -- 02/27/13 -- Private Asset Management (PAM) has announced that Harris myCFO has won two awards:
•Best Multi-Family Office - Overall - Over $2.5 Billion •Private Client Investment Platform - Performance
"Winning these prestigious awards is testament to our client focus. In a time of unprecedented economic and political uncertainty, the awards honor a team dedicated to providing clients with a new standard of excellence in the wealth management industry," said John Benevides, President, Harris myCFO. "The combined awards highlight the breadth and depth of our family office and advisory services, as well as our exceptional, independent investment consulting and advice made possible with our recent acquisition of CTC Consulting."
For more information about the awards, go to http://www.pammagazine.com/?q=event/73648/pam-awards-2013.
About Harris myCFO
Harris myCFO serves ultra-affluent individuals and families, providing integrated wealth management including independent investment consulting and the comprehensive capabilities of a multi-family office.
About the PAM Awards:
The PAM Awards are awarded annually by Private Asset Management, a financial services industry trade publication. The PAM Awards invites firms to compete for awards in several categories by providing answers regarding their business model, services offered, growth in client count and assets managed countries of operation, service innovation, and performance. In addition, The PAM Awards permits firms to provide additional information of their choosing in support of their candidacy. A panel of independent industry experts selects the nominees and winners based on a number of qualitative and quantitative performance indicators. The PAM Awards do not release statistics on the number of firms competing. Nomination or receipt of a PAM Award is not necessarily indicative of any particular client's experience or a guarantee that the firm will perform in the future as it did during the period evaluated by The PAM Awards.
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