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James Sellon – Recognised again as one of the 50 most influential people in the Private Wealth Industry

James has again been recognised by PAM as one of the most influential people in the private asset management community.  The PAM Awards are the highest regarded of the UK wealth management awards, and the 50 Most Influential list recognises and celebrates the most important and prominent figures in the industry, those who shape the sector and are at the forefront of innovation, bringing the best service to clients. This award recognises both his career to date and his achievements through 2016.

James Sellon named as one of the 50 most influential people in the private asset management community.

MASECO Private Wealth are delighted to announce that Managing Partner James Sellon has been recognised by Private Asset Managers Insight (via thewealthnet.com) as one of the 50 most influential people in the private asset management community.

James commented “I am humbled to be included with such a distinguished crowd. My co-Managing Partner, Josh Matthews, is equally deserving, and I stand shoulder to shoulder with him on our achievements to date.”

The PAM 50 Most Influential list recognises and celebrates the most important and prominent figures in the industry, those who shape the sector and are at the forefront of innovation, bringing the best service to clients. The award recognises both his career to date and his achievements through 2015.

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James Sellon named in Spears top 50 HNW Wealth Managers

Founding partner of MASECO James Sellon, was recently named as one of Spears top 50 HNW Wealth Managers in their second edition Spears 500 directory. The magazine includes the top lawyers, private client advisers, wealth managers and high net worth service providers.

Spears wrote ‘Few wealth managers can claim to have shaped non-dom legislation, but the MASECO founder is dedicated to getting clients the best possible result having lobbied government on both sides of the Atlantic. That reflects a deep understanding of how HNWs interact with jurisdictions, particularly for the American UK residents who make up 80 per cent of his clients.’

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