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Runnymede wins customer service award for third consecutive year
Morristown, New Jersey, October 9, 2014 – Runnymede Capital Management has been named “Best Customer Care in Investment Management” for the third consecutive year at the annual US Captive Services Awards held in Chicago. The program is presented by Captive Review with the goal of recognizing and rewarding service providers to captive insurance companies who have outperformed their competitors and demonstrated the highest levels of excellence over the past 12 months. A captive is an insurance company owned by one or more non-insurance companies to insure risk, essentially a form of self-insurance. Notably, Runnymede is the only firm that has received the same award each year since inception of the awards program three years ago.
Morristown, New Jersey, December 3, 2013 – Runnymede Capital Management has been named “Best Customer Service in Investment Management” for the second consecutive year at the US Captive Services Awards. The program is presented by Captive Review with the goal of recognizing service providers who have excelled over the past 12 months. Notably, Runnymede is only one of three firms that received the same award as last year, reflecting the changing landscape of the U.S. captive insurance industry.
Runnymede's Wang Brothers, Andrew and Chris, have been picked up as regular contributors to Huffington Post. The Wangs will be contributing stories on investments and finance to the leading news and opinion website.
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