Tuesday, August 17 2010
Dalton Nicol Reid is delighted to announce its inclusion as a finalist in Standard & Poor’s 2010 Fund Awards.
Dalton Nicol Reid is one of only three managers to be included in the newly created Separately Managed Accounts category.
“I believe our inclusion as a finalist in the S&P Fund Awards reflects our continued dedication to delivering quality investment solutions and superior long-term outperformance for our clients,” said Dalton Nicol Reid chief executive officer, Harley Dalton.
“We’ve worked extremely hard over the last decade to develop best-of-breed capabilities in managed accounts and are committed to delivering market leading investment performance and services to all our clients,” said Mr Dalton.
The S&P Fund Awards will be announced on 29th October.
Dalton Nicol Reid is a Brisbane-based boutique asset-manager delivering client-focused, quality investment solutions to institutions, financial intermediaries and high net worth investors.
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