Martin Currie commended by AIC

The suite of Sitecore websites we created for the investment management company have been recognised at industry sector awards!


A bit of industry recognition for a job well done.

We’re delighted to announce that the suite of Sitecore websites we created for Martin Currie, have been commended at this year’s AIC Shareholder Communications Awards.

The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) awards recognise outstanding shareholder communications from AIC member investment companies and their managers. Presented during the association’s Annual Dinner at the Savoy, Martin Currie received a commendation in the Best Website (fund management group) category.

Launched in March 2016, the three websites had undergone extensive redesign and build. Our team had approached this complex website development project by focusing on stakeholder centric experience design, web focused branding and ensuring that workflows around digital content management were seamless and easy for Martin Currie’s team of content editors. Harnessing the capabilities of the Sitecore CMS, and integrating some useful solutions along the way, the result is a beautiful, functional set of websites that address the needs of the organisation, its visitors and content management editors alike.

Andy Sowerby, Head of Sales, Marketing and Client Service at Martin Currie, commented on the award: 

“The AIC shareholder awards represent one of the most prestigious accolades in the investment trust industry. We are delighted to have recognition from the expert judging panel that the quality of our digital content is among the highest in the industry.”

It’s always great for clients to receive industry recognition for projects we have partnered with them on, and this award commendation is testament to the hard work and effective collaboration between both the client and our own teams.

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Get in contact with our Head of Technology, Colin McMillan, if you’d like to discuss the Sitecore solution we delivered for Martin Currie.