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Stuart Cummins named in PAM 50 Most Influential

We’re delighted our chief executive, Stuart Cummins, has been recognised for the third year running in the PAM 50 Most Influential.
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Published 27 January
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Congratulations to Stuart Cummins, chief executive of Nedbank Private Wealth International, who has been recognised in 2021 for a third consecutive year as one of the PAM 50 Most Influential. The list, which names the leaders shaping private client work in the UK and Crown Dependencies financial sector, is published each year and aims to celebrate the most prominent and important figures in the private asset management community.

Based on PAM Insight’s in-depth knowledge of the sector and independent nominations, these are the individuals at the forefront of innovation and new ideas designed to bring the best service to clients. In selecting the 50 Most Influential, the quality and quantity of the nominations were considered in terms of the nominee’s leadership, achievements and career progression – particularly in the preceding 12 months. Firm performance and reputation is also taken into account.

PAM Insight is a leading provider of news and comparative data for the international wealth management sector and is hugely influential across the industry. The list was published this week on thewealthnet newsfeed.

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