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  • How do I view manager entries?
  •      Manager entries are accessible via the Find a Manager search. Enter the criteria that matches you or your client's needs. The search will return those managers that most closely match your criteria.

  • How are the managers selected?
  •      Managers returned in the search results will match the criteria that you have selected. Paid entries appear first, followed by unpaid entries. Within these bands, the managers who most closely match your selection criteria will appear higher in the results. This is based on the information that has been provided by the managers themselves.

  • How does my firm become listed on PAM?
  •      If you directly manage private client assets in the UK, you are eligible for inclusion in PAM. There are three levels of listing available. Please contact us for further information about how to become listed.

  • How do I enter my firm for the PAM Awards?
  •      The PAM Awards are open for any UK private asset managers and entry is free, though you are required to have an entry in PAM. Please contact us for further information on the entry process.

  • How can I attend the PAM Awards Gala Dinner?
  •      The PAM Awards Gala Dinner takes place on the first Thursday of March and is attended by many of the leaders in the UK private asset management industry. Availability is limited and is offered on a first come first serve basis. Please contact us for further information on attending the Gala Dinner.

  • How can I sponsor the PAM Awards?
  •      As a sponsor, you can leverage the brand power of the PAM Awards to cement your organisation's position at the very heart of the private wealth management market. A variety of sponsorship packages are available. Please contact us for further information on sponsoring the PAM Awards.

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