Peregrine Communications has been selected as the Best Global Marketing Communications Firm for the seventh year in the 2017 Hedge Fund Journal Awards.
Since its launch in 2003, Peregrine has won 27 industry awards for its work with the hedge fund and wider asset management sectors. The agency uses ‘words, pictures and actions’ to help raise the brand profiles of its clients, which range from companies with AUMs of $65 billion to start-ups.
Anthony Payne, CEO of Peregrine said: ‘I am thrilled that our team has consistently been selected for this important award.
‘Every year it becomes harder and more important to raise and retain assets, and this has driven an increased focus on better and more effective messaging and marketing leverage.
‘Peregrine is a cost effective and powerful partner for successful managers because we can provide clients with unique, one-stop access to specialist messaging and media relations combined with excellent design capabilities ranging from websites, video, infographics, advertising, apps and animation.
This year we produced a ground-breaking tracking study into how asset management firms are using content marketing to develop and promote their brands.
‘This year we produced a ground-breaking tracking study into how asset management firms are using content marketing to develop and promote their brands. This gives us great insight into budgeting and how content should be deployed across different channels. We will continue to ensure that we are able to provide the best strategic communications advice and excellent implementation to our clients.’
Peregrine has worked with more than 100 hedge fund clients including Acadian Asset Management, Aurora Investment Management, Brevan Howard, Cantab Capital Partners, Duet Group, Permal Group, K2 Advisors, David Warren, Finisterre Capital Glen Point Capital, Incapture Investments, Lutetia Capital, Odey Asset Management, Omni Partners, Penso Advisors, Pine River Capital Management, Prophecy Asset Management, PVE Capital, Orchard Asset Management, RAM Active, Selwood Asset Management, and SkyBridge Capital.