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Ellwood has been awarded the Greenwich Quality Leader in the Mid-size Consultants category for Overall U.S. Investment Consulting by Greenwich Associates, a leading provider of market intelligence and advisory services to the financial services industry.
Greenwich Associates has conducted this survey for over 46 years and interviews some of the largest plans in the U.S. Those receiving the Greenwich Quality Leader award have received high ratings from institutional clients in three categories: investment counseling, manager selection, and client service.
"At Ellwood, we’re committed to providing outstanding service and impartial advice to help our clients achieve their goals,” said Russ Hill, Ellwood Chairman and CEO. “It’s an honor to receive an award that reflects how our clients value and trust that approach.”
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Disclosures: Greenwich Associates is an independent third–party research firm. In the 2017 U.S. Institutional Investors Study, Greenwich Associates interviewed 1,059 senior professionals at 884 of the largest tax-exempt funds in the United States with assets greater than $150 million. Of the 1,059 interviews, 32 were with clients of Ellwood. Greenwich Quality Leaders are based on the Greenwich Quality Index which is prepared by Greenwich Associates from quantitative and qualitative client evaluations of their asset management and investment consulting providers in certain broad investment management categories, including Investment Consulting, Manager Selection, Client Service and Commercial Arrangements. Ellwood did not compensate Greenwich Associates for its inclusion in the study.
The results of the study represent Greenwich’s assessment of the collective client rankings, and are not intended to be representative of a single client’s experience with Ellwood. The results of the study do not represent an endorsement of Ellwood. Past performance is not indicative of future results.