PR 2016 NO. 18
MBMG Investment Advisory highly commended at International Fund & Project Awards
Bangkok – 20th October 2016: MBMG Investment Advisory was highly commended in the Best International Private Banking Service (Non-UK) category and nominated for the Best Best-Practice in Offshore award.
In highly commending the firm in the category of Best International Private Banking Service (Non-UK), the judging panel recognized MBMG Investment Advisory’s ability to advise its clients on a wide range of current, deposit and savings products, minimum entry levels, currencies options and related financial services.
The Best Best-Practice in Offshore category acknowledges firms which have not only adopted best practices on behalf of their clients, but have gone the extra mile to put in place practices that serve as a beacon for others looking to improve their own businesses.
MBMG Investment Advisory was nominated for its 100% fee-based model, which is quite different from how the banks and other traditional players in the local wealth management industry operate. The firm charges clients a fee based on the advice it gives to them.
“This commendation and nomination are excellent achievements”, commented MBMG International Advisory Managing Director, Paul Gambles. “They represent a nod to all the hard work the team has put in since set the firm up and received our licence from the Thai SEC.”
“Our fee-based model enables us to really tailor our advice,” said MBMG International Advisory Managing Director, Paul Gambles. “We look for the most suitable products available to each client, without limitations. It also assures clients that we’re not recommending products based on commissions and puts the emphasis on the advisor to suggest the most suitable solution to meet the client’s needs.”
“The fees that the firm charges its clients are based on the advice it gives to them. That places each advisor’s focus and emphasis on the suitability of what they’re offering, to meet the client’s needs,” he added. “The better the job our advisers do, the higher the chance they have of getting an ongoing fee.”
MBMG Investment Advisory
MBMG Investment Advisory was established in 2012 and is licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Thailand as an Investment Advisor under licence number Dor 06-0055-21.
The firm provides a wide range of fee-based global advisory services built on a foundation of outstanding and experienced leadership in every practice. It offers sound and impartial advice to assist private, corporate and institutional clients in protecting and growing their hard-earned wealth.
Driven by understanding our clients' needs, we provide bespoke financial solutions advice which is customised according to their individual risk appetite, economic horizons and preferred strategy. As thought leaders, we provide seamless expertise for clients to make well-informed, smart financial decisions.
MBMG Investment Advisory is part of MBMG Group, which was established in 1996 as Thailand’s first broad-based professional research and advisory practice. The Group consists of the Thai SEC-licensed Investment Advisory firm, as well as corporate advisory, legal and accounting practices for corporations and individuals, an insurance brokerage and a family office consultancy. MBMG Group is a member of GGI the largest global multidisciplinary alliance of independent accounting, audit, law, and consulting firms.
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Published: October 2016