Los Angeles – KAYNE ANDERSON RUDNICK DEMONSTRATES COMMITMENT TO ETHICAL STANDARDS WITH WEALTH FOR GOOD AWARD
Kayne Anderson Rudnick was awarded the ‘Best CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Staff Programme – Americas’ at the Inaugural WealthBriefing Wealth for Good Awards, 2022. The firm joins the growing ranks of the global wealth management industry which recognizes the importance of promoting the highest standards of ethical and sustainable behaviors.
Showcasing the most ethical wealth management businesses globally, the awards have been designed to recognize outstanding organizations grouped by specialism and geography which the prestigious panel of independent judges deemed to have ‘demonstrated commitment to the highest standards in relations to clients, colleagues and the wider community during the year’.
The WealthBriefing Wealth for Good Awards are part of a global program run by WealthBriefing and its sister publications WealthBriefingAsia and Family Wealth Report, encompassing all the world’s major wealth management centers.
Participants around the world recognize that winning awards is particularly important in these challenging times as it gives clients reassurance that their advisors and business partners are upholding the highest standards in the industry as well as in the solidity and sustainability of the winner’s business and operating model.
Commenting on the firm’s triumph, Jeannine Vanian, KAR Chief Operating Officer said: “We dedicate ourselves to developing a team that exemplifies diversity and embraces the needs of the people who surround us, and it is our honor to receive this award.”
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The Wealth For Good Awards are independently judged based solely on the basis of entrant’s submissions and their response to a number of specific questions, which are answered by focusing on the client experience rather than purely quantitative performance metrics. The awards recognize the very best operators in global wealth management with “independence”, “integrity”, and “genuine insight”, the watchwords of the judging process. While the judging process is completely independent of any commercial arrangements between the participants and the organizers, it is expected that winners have an obligation to work with the organizers to promote their award and this obligation is separate to attendance at an awards ceremony. KAR did not pay any fees to participate in the Wealth For Good Awards; however, KAR did pay fees for an advertisement and article placement after it was notified that it won. For additional information regarding the Wealth For Good Awards and methodology, please visit https://clearviewpublishing.com/events/the-wealth-for-good-awards-2022/