The Adviser, in partnership with Best Capital, is pleased to announce the finalists for the Women’s Community Program of the Year category for the Women in Finance Awards 2020.
This year, the finalists for the Women in Finance Awards are being revealed by category over the next week (ending 10 August).
Over 600 submissions were received for the fourth annual awards, with a total of 244 finalists selected for the 28 categories.
Many representatives from the mortgage and finance broking sector have been named as finalists again this year.
This Women’s Community Program of the Year award recognises businesses that excelled in developing beneficial social and community engagement programs that focused on women in 2019.
The finalists were commended on their ability to exemplify the outcomes of their community service program, taking into account benefits to the cause or purpose supported as well as tangible business benefits.
There are seven finalists for this year’s award, from many different states.
Congratulations go to:
The Women in Finance Awards 2020 to be held on 10 September
Now in its fourth year, the Women in Finance Awards – run in partnership with principal partner AMP Bank – is a national awards program designed to shine a spotlight on the strength, diversity and innovation female leadership brings to professional and financial services in Australia.
This year, there are 28 categories and one excellence award up for grabs, which aim to highlight the achievements of women across a broad range of industries that contribute to Australia’s financial services market – from mortgage broking to financial planning, accountancy and law.
This year’s awards will be delivered through a virtual awards broadcast on the evening of 10 September 2020, which will bring the excitement and fanfare straight to your homes as we look to recognise the achievements of talented professionals leading the way.
Registration is FREE for the live broadcast.
For more information about the event, click here.
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Annie Kane is the editor of The Adviser and Mortgage Business.
As well as writing about the Australian broking industry, the mortgage market, financial regulation, fintechs and the wider lending landscape – Annie is also the host of the Elite Broker and In Focus podcasts and The Adviser Live webcasts.
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