Jenkintown, Pennsylvania (May 18, 2015) – Leslie Voth, president and chief executive officer of Pitcairn, a leading family office, was selected as one of Private Asset Management’s “50 Most Influential Women in Private Wealth.” Voth was featured in the May issue of PAM.
This is the second recognition Voth has received for being an influential woman in the wealth management industry. She received top honor for “Women in Wealth Management” for her individual contributions to the industry by Family Wealth Report in 2014.
“I’m proud that this honor recognizes that there are now many more role models in our industry for women who aspire to become leaders of the next generation,” shared Voth. “At Pitcairn, we are in the midst of a major cultural transition. This has required developing a team that is diversified not only by generation and professional discipline, but by gender as well. We continue to achieve better results when we build that kind of diversity.”
PAM chose the 50 women based on a combination of peer recommendations; the level of responsibility they hold in their current and previous roles; and any other significant impacts they have had on the industry, be it through public speaking, industry-recognized awards, or actively encouraging equality in the workplace. All nominations were judged on their own merit by PAM’s editorial panel, and the 50 chosen professionals were each selected due to their individual excellence.
Pitcairn is one of the world’s leading family offices. Dedicated to helping families sustain and grow their substantial, often complex financial assets, Pitcairn also supports the unique heritage of its clients across multiple generations. The firm is recognized as an innovator and global leader in the family office industry since its inception in 1923. Today, Pitcairn continues to redefine the family office experience for generations of the world’s wealthiest families. Headquartered in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, the firm also has offices in New York and Washington, DC as well as a network of resources around the world.