Evolv gets awarded SMSF Auditor of the Year for the second year running at the 2016 CoreData SMSF Audit Service Provider Awards.
Evolv is delighted to have received the SMSF Auditor of the Year award at the 2016 Core Data SMSF Service Provider Awards. The event was held at Parliament House of NSW in Sydney’s CBD on Thursday 1 September 2016 and was presented by Self Managed Super Magazine.
The SMSF Awards are designed to recognise the best service providers as rated by SMSF members and SMSF advising financial planners and accountants. Each category uses a combination of service quality ratings and preference with SMSF members and SMSF advising accountants and financial planners.
The finalists and winners were decided using results from CoreData’s SMSF Service Provider Study 2016, which captured the feedback of SMSF trustees together with financial planners and accountants that advise on SMSFs. It captured the feedback of nearly 1,200 SMSF trustees, financial planners and accountants.
From three finalists that were selected from multiple nominees, Evolv was announced winner of the both SMSF Audit Provider categories as voted by Trustees and also advisors. Our Executive Director, Ron Phipps-Ellis was in attendance and proudly accepted the award on behalf of Evolv.
In keeping with Evolv’s commitment to constant improvement, over the next few months we will be proud to announce the next stage of our evolution.
Our job is to stay ahead of the new era of disruption by introducing new ways of how SMSF audits are done now and in the future to an appreciative audience: forward thinking accountants and auditors looking for solutions that Evolv’s award winning services and products can deliver.
The team at Evolv appreciates the loyalty and support of our valued customers. We look forward to continuing to provide them with SMSF audits of the highest quality.
We would personally also like to thank the team at Evolv for their hard work and continued efforts in achieving the highest standards. Without their dedication and contribution this award would not have been possible.