Voting opens for the Today’s Wills and Probate Industry Champion
The shortlist for the Today’s Wills and Probate Industry Champion, sponsored by Arken.legal, has been released.
The prestigious award, the winner of which will be revealed at The British Wills and Probate Awards, sponsored by Executor Solutions, has been introduced for the first time this year, and recognises the individual who have made a significant contribution to the life and times of the sector; someone who has
· made an exceptional and inspiring contribution to the industry amidst unprecedented challenges over the last 12 months
· produced something extraordinary that supports your industry
· continually put your clients interests at the forefront of what you do
· excelled at dealing with the transition to a remote working environment
· overcome challenges with minimal disruption to the outcome of your work
The nominations have been whittled down to a shortlist of 4. Huge congratulations go to the shortlisted candidates
Michael Culver; Partner, Bolt Burdon and Chair of Solicitors for the Elderly (SfE)
Jade Gani; Head of Wills and Probate, Aston Bond and Regional Director (Berkshire) Solicitors for the Elderly (SfE)
Ian Bond; Head of Wills & Estates, Thursfields and member of the Law Society Private Client Section
Holly Chantler; Head of the Private Client team, Morrisons Solicitors
Voting opens today for the industry to select their worthy winner and we invite you to head to The British Wills and Probate Awards website to cast your vote.
Dave Newick, CEO at category sponsor Arken.legal says
“In the first year of the Today’s Wills and Probate Industry Champion award, we have been humbled by the stories of practitioners delivering such a high level of exceptional service to their clients, over the last year.
Shortlisting the entries was a difficult task with so many strong entries, but a special congratulations to those who are now competing for the award. We look forward to seeing who wins the award on the night.”
David Opie, Managing Director of Today’s Media, the publishers of Today’s Wills and Probate added
“It was so important to us that this was an award that was voted by wholly by the industry. We have 4 very worthy potential winners in the shortlist and any one of them is deserving of this prestigious prize.
They can be rightly proud of getting this far and we look forward to crowning the Industry Champion at the ceremony on 21st October.”
This year’s hybrid event includes an in-person ceremony hosted by the fabulous Jennie Bond at The Grand Hotel in Birmingham, which will be live streamed via the British Wills and Probate Awards website; followed by the Champagne Reception, sponsored by Exizent, and a glitzy evening dinner.
The full category shortlist will be revealed from Tuesday 31st August.