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Quadruple Shortlisting for JTC at Citywealth Brand Management & Reputation Awards 2021

3rd May 2021

JTC has been shortlisted in four categories in the upcoming Citywealth Brand Management & Reputation awards.

Citywealth is the only industry-standard publication that highlight corporate brands and reputation management in the wealth management industry.

The awards include 19 categories with JTC being nominated in the following:

  • Social Media Marketing
  • Brand of the Year (Large, Institutional)
  • Marketing Team / BD / PR Team of the Year
  • Best Product/Service for Private Office & Edge

“The fact that JTC is shortlisted in four categories, including Marketing Team of the year, is a testament to the quality of our people and the fantastic work they deliver,” said David Vieira, Chief Communications Officer at JTC. “I am incredibly proud of everyone and this latest awards recognition.”

Now in their sixth year, the Brand Management and Reputation Awards highlight the best brands emerging in a consolidating financial industry. They also recognise the ever-important business services function, teams who are supporting business profit and navigating reputational risk for their organisations in the digital world.

Citywealth received over two hundred submissions for these awards that were reviewed by an independent judging panel, including JTC’s Rebecca Stannard, Director – Business Development & Marketing.

Voting is open to the public only. To cast your vote for JTC, please click here. Voting closes on 21 May 2021 and winners will be announced on 22 June 2021.

This past March, JTC received further recognition for the growth and strength of its global private client services business, with a trio of wins at this year’s Citywealth IFC Awards.

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