What You Need to Know
- There are two weeks left to nominate advisors and firms for our new, pioneering recognition program. Here's who to nominate — and how.
There are two weeks left to nominate advisors and industry firms for our new and pioneering recognition program — ThinkAdvisor LUMINARIES.
The awards will celebrate the achievements of advisors, industry executives, teams, RIAs, broker-dealers, asset managers and other firms by showcasing their achievements in four key areas: diversity & inclusion, thought leadership, executive leadership and dealmaking/growth.
Here are some answers to key questions about the LUMINARIES program. Please send other questions to [email protected].
Is there a cost associated with nominations?
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There is no charge for nominations.
Why should advisors and organizations participate in the program?
Winners of the LUMINARIES will be featured on ThinkAdvisor through in-depth coverage that tells the full story of why they were selected and how they are making a difference to the industry.
This coverage will showcase the best practices that the winners demonstrate, so others can benefit in tangible ways from their achievements.
What materials should be submitted for nominations?
In addition to the requested headshot(s), please submit materials that clearly demonstrate quantitative and qualitative results. We prefer documents that are no longer than 10-12 pages in length each; uploading multiple documents is fine.
Testimonials from advisors, executives, clients and others who have benefited from programs and innovations are encouraged. Links to videos and other multimedia materials are acceptable. These presentations should (ideally) be no longer than 15 minutes.
Which individuals and organizations should nominate themselves (or others)?
We are seeking nominations from individual advisors, advisory firms, broker-dealers, asset managers, industry executives and other financial professionals who can demonstrate that they have made a positive and significant impact on their colleagues, clients and/or the industry.
Has this individual or organization made efforts that go above and beyond others in the industry? Have they taken unique steps to improve their organization and/or the industry through a particular program or strategy? If the answer is yes, then please nominate them.