Nutmeg named ‘Robo Adviser of the Year for Europe’ second year in a row

Claire Barron


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Nutmeg scooped the award for ‘Robo Adviser of the Year for Europe – 2016’ beating ETFMatic, Moneyfarm and Scalable Capital for a second year running.

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The awards are in their third year and aim to recognise the people, products and companies that are driving the ETF industry forward. The evening was held in the City, in London.

James McManus, a Nutmeg investment manager, was with Shaun Port, chief investment officer, to collect the award.

“We are thrilled to once again be recognised by our industry peers as the leading online wealth manager, in Europe.

As strong advocates of the ETF industry we’re passionate about the benefits they can offer our clients and, from the beginning, we have championed the use of ETFS in our portfolios.

We’re proud this award recognises not only the performance our investment team has delivered, but also the seamless user interface and unrivalled simplicity and transparency.”

Nutmeg has won four similar awards in three years.

2017: Best Robo Advisor Europe 2016

2016: Best Robo Advisor Europe 2015 & Best ETF Advisor 2015

2015 Best ETF Investor 2014

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Claire Barron

Claire Barron

Claire is brand and marketing executive at Nutmeg and a regular contributor to Nutmegonomics.

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