With just days before voting for the SMSF Awards closes, there are already a number of standout nominations for the industry's best service providers.
The awards, an initiative of SMSF Adviser, aims to identify the best performing operators servicing SMSF professionals today.
Now in its second year, the SMSF Awards is your chance to rate service providers that are integral to SMSF portfolios, such as Australian equities fund managers, global equities fund managers and ETF providers.
“We’re seeking the involvement of all SMSF professionals in this awards program and I urge you to get involved by offering insights into the service, support, pricing and other aspects associated with SMSF services and products,” said SMSF Adviser’s associate publisher, Terry Braithwaite.
“Participating is easy and it only takes around five minutes to complete the online questionnaire,” he added.
With just over one week left to vote, click here now to complete the SMSF Awards survey.
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