Greenwich Associates, a provider of advisory services to the financial services industry, has released its list of 2016 quality leaders for US consulting and investment service.
Investment consultants that receive the strongest quality ratings from clients were those that demonstrate the willingness and ability to develop a deep understanding of the institution and its needs, Greenwich stated in a release. “This is a relationship that goes much deeper than manager search and due diligence,” Andrew McCollum, a managing director at Greenwich Associates, said.
NEPC, Pavilion Advisory Group, and Segal Marco Advisors received the highest ratings from surveyed clients among large US investment consultants, and AJO, Baillie Gifford and NISA Investment Advisors were the 2016 Greenwich Quality Leaders in U.S. Institutional Investment Management Service. “We are grateful to our clients for responding favorably to the survey from Greenwich Associates and will continue to serve them at a level that merits such distinction,” John DeMairo, president of Segal Marco Advisors, said in an email to CIO.
“Clients are the focus of every action at NEPC,” Mike Manning, president and managing partner at NEPC, said in a release. “So we take it as the ultimate compliment when those relationships commend us for the dedication each of our consultants brings to every engagement, every day.”
Rocaton Investment Advisors, Summit Strategies Group, and Townsend Group won for midsized consulting firms. “We are extremely appreciative of the recent recognition as a Greenwich Quality Leader, and grateful for the trust and confidence our clients have placed in Rocaton over the last 15 years,” Robin Pellish, CEO at Rocaton, said in an email. “We are proud to be a trusted adviser to our clients in navigating the ever-changing investment and regulatory landscape.”
By Levi Davis