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Partners & Simons Named Top 12 Financial Agency by Gramercy Institute

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Global think tank honours twelve 'best and brightest' financial agencies

Partners & Simons Named Top 12 Financial Agency by Gramercy Institute
Gramercy Institute (GI) honoured marketing agency Partners & Simons during a half-day forum and awards ceremony last week recognising 2018’s Top 12 Financial Agencies.
 
On Wednesday, January 17, the global think tank feted a dozen agencies selected out of 98 nominees from seven countries. Agencies were first nominated by their clients. Candidates were then judged on case examples of their work along with an assessment of their commitment to excellence, innovation and leadership in financial services marketing.

“We’re so honoured to be recognised by Gramercy Institute,” said Andrew Pelosi, President of Partners & Simons. “This is a reflection of what can be accomplished when you combine deep financial category expertise with strong, respectful and highly collaborative client-agency relationships. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who has helped contribute to our success in this space.”

Over the past decade, Partners & Simons has established a highly-regarded practice area focused in financial services marketing. Clients range from commercial insurers and health insurers to investment products, wealth management firms and retail banks. It’s a fast-growing and vibrant part of the agency’s portfolio of clients.
 
“This important award honours the best and brightest financial agencies in the world and will serve as a ‘short list’ for leading financial firms seeking the highest-caliber agency services,” explained Bill Wreaks, CEO and chief analyst of The Gramercy Institute.  

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Sapka Communications, Tue, 23 Jan 2018 17:44:42 GMT