FTC Named a Finalist for Donor-Advised Fund and Custody Awards

BOSTON, MA – June 13, 2024 – Fiduciary Trust Company was recently named a finalist in the Charitable Giving/Donor Advised Funds and Custody Transition Support categories for the 2024 WealthManagement.com Industry Awards.

The WealthManagement.com Industry Awards celebrate companies and individuals in the financial services sector that make a difference in the daily activities of financial advisors. Finalists for the WealthManagement.com Industry Awards are chosen by a panel of independent judges as exemplary of excellent service and innovation.

FTC previously won WealthManagement.com awards for Outstanding Achievement in Trusts, Thought Leadership, Charitable Giving/Donor-Advised Funds, and Chief Marketing Officer of the Year, and was shortlisted each of the past eight years.

The 2024 award recipients will be announced at a ceremony on September 5, 2024, in New York City.

In addition, Fiduciary Trust of New England was named a finalist in the Trust category for the WealthManagement.com awards. 

About Fiduciary Trust Company

Fiduciary Trust is a privately owned wealth management firm focused on families, individuals and nonprofits seeking objective advice to help grow and protect their investments. The firm also provides a range of services to professional financial advisors and single-family offices. Fiduciary’s capabilities include customized wealth planning, investment management, trustee and estate services, and family office, tax and custody services.

Founded in 1885 as a family office, Fiduciary takes a personal approach based on expertise, strong performance and a genuine commitment to act in its clients’ best interests. The firm’s client focus has enabled it to achieve a 98% average annual client retention rate for over a decade.

For additional information about Fiduciary’s services, please visit www.fidtrustco.com, or contact Sid Queler at 617-292-6799 or queler@fiduciary-trust.com.

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