Momentum Media, publisher of The Adviser, is proud to announce the launch of the 2019 Women in Finance Awards.
Momentum Media is also pleased to announce that the principal partner of this year’s awards program will be AMP Bank.
The Women in Finance Awards is a national program that recognises and champions the talents of female leaders in finance. The program is designed to celebrate the innovation, strength and diversity that female leadership brings to the table, both to clients and colleagues.
There are several opportunities for brokers and those in the mortgage industry to enter the awards, including for the individual awards of Mortgage and Finance Broker of the Year, Mentor of the Year, Principal of the Year and Thought Leader of the Year as well as the group awards of Employer of the Year and Wellness Program/Initiative of the Year, among other categories. Find out the full list of categories here.
This national awards program is an opportunity for rising stars and seasoned professionals in finance to have their success stories told across Australia, to both their industry peers and to other complementary professions. Learn more about the benefits of entering the Women in Finance Awards on both a personal and a professional basis here.
The awards evening, a five-star gala dinner that will be held in Sydney on 1 August, is designed to be an unparalleled networking event for the top mortgage brokers, financial advisers, accountants and banking executives in the country. The sell-out event will also be heavily focused this year on sharing the stories and career advice of this year’s winners and finalists.
Submissions close 24 May.
Find out more about the Women in Finance Awards and make sure you secure your ticket soon.
For any questions, please contact (02) 9922 3300.
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