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acknowledged and voted for as a winner in the Global Finance Today
Global Awards 2013.
The Global Finance Today Global Awards 2013
provides our global readership with a comprehensive guide to those
firms that are noted for demonstrating a consistently high level of
ability, within those Countries that the monthly publication
reaches, whilst ensuring they are kept well informed as to who the
firms of note are, thus ensuring those Award winning firms receive
appropriate recognition and acknowledgement.
Recognizing the experience and skills that many of the developed
nations have, we know how important it is to be recognized as a
leader in your field of expertise.
The Global Finance Today Global Awards 2013 recognize a
select number of leading professional firms, across the globe, for
their individual areas of specialization, within their geographical
The Global Finance Today Global Awards 2013 are presented
across all geographical locations that the Monthly Magazine
We recognize the organizations & advisers that have
performed to exceptional levels during one of the most difficult
period that the global economy has experienced for decades.
Approx 81,500 electronic voting forms were issued and by close
of business Monday 30th September 2013, votes received
totalled 23,635, demonstrating a 29% response rate.
The poll represents who the readership believes are the leading
professional firms, within the various areas of specialization,
across the various geographical regions.
The Global Finance Today Global Awards 2013 special edition will
be published at the end of November 2013."
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