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Last chance to enter the Women in Finance Awards

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The Adviser 1 minute read

Submissions are flooding in for the annual Women in Finance Awards, and entries close at the end of this week.

The Adviser, together with AMP Bank, encourage female leaders in finance to get their submissions in ahead of this Friday’s deadline.

The Women in Finance Awards, now in its third year, is a national program designed to celebrate the innovation, strength and diversity female leadership brings to the table in financial and professional services.

This national awards program is an opportunity for rising stars and seasoned professionals to have their success stories told across Australia, to both their own industry peers and to other complementary professions.

You can learn more about the benefits of the program for your business and career, as well as enter your submission, here.

The awards evening, a five-star gala dinner in Sydney, is designed to be a networking powerhouse of the top mortgage brokers, financial advisers, accountants and banking executives in the country.

The event, which is always sold out, will also be heavily focused this year on sharing the stories and career advice of this year’s winners and finalists.

[Related: Submissions now open for the 2019 Women in Finance Awards]

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