Outstanding client feedback has won Moore Stephens a place as a finalist in the BRW Client Choice Awards.
This year’s finalists were selected by more than 42,000 respondents from a pool of 87 professional consulting firms, 38 of which fell into the government and community category.
As one of four finalists in the category, ‘Best provider to the government and community sector,’ Moore Stephens Not for Profit sector has been ranked ahead of any of the big four professional consulting firms.
Marco Carlei says, “This industry-driven accolade is tangible proof that Moore Stephens is achieving its vision to be a leading mid-tier financial advisory services firm and first choice in our target markets.
“We have been a finalist twice in the past three years, which clearly shows we’re on the rise when it comes to the important job of fulfilling client expectation, but still a way to go to reach consistent results.”
The BRW Client Choice Awards are compiled in conjunction with leading professional services consulting group Beaton Research + Consulting.
Now in its 11th year, Australia’s most prestigious professional service awards are a shining symbol of client service excellence.
Mel Anderson, director of Benchmarks at Beaton Research + Consulting, says, “The Client Choice Awards are unique in that, unlike most other awards programs, they are not based on carefully constructed submissions from firms designed to highlight their best – and hide the worst aspects of their performance.
“Rather the Client Choice Awards are judged on the basis of feedback provided directly and independently by clients who have used the firms in the last 12 months. This method of judging gives the Client Choice Awards their great credibility; more than any others for professional services firms. What better way to judge client service excellence than to directly ask those who have experienced it?”
The winners of this year’s Client Choice Awards will be announced at a cocktail function in Sydney on Wednesday 19 February. Coverage of the winners will be run by BRW and the Australian Financial Review online and in print in the Financial Review and other Fairfax media.