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Your #WRA20 winners are here

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Thank you for your support #WRA20

This year, the Financial Reporter Women's Recognition Awards, launched in 2018, went digital. Due to social distancing requirements amid the Covid-19 crisis, we announced this year's winners and finalists online (with all of the celebration and suspense of our incredible awards evenings!).

Your response was exceptional, and we were thrilled to have over 1,000 nominations, even during a difficult few months for our industry.

The #wra20 aims to support the growing momentum for a more diverse and equal financial services community. Following the introduction of HM Treasury's Women in Finance Charter, momentum has gathered behind the movement towards making a traditionally male-dominated industry not only a welcoming space for women, but also one in which they are given the tools and opportunities to thrive.

Your support, nominations, applications, and engagement have helped us do exactly that - so thank you, and we'll see you in 2021!

"We're delighted once again to support the Women's Recognition Awards, as in these strange times, it is even more important we continue to shine a light on the outstanding talent that undoubtedly exists within the industry. I am very much looking forward to celebrating the success of the 2020 Women's Recognition awards with everyone virtually in August!"

Helen Rothwell

Head of Channel Engagement | Mortgages

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#WRA20 Categories

  • Female BDM of the Year
  • Financial Adviser of the Year
  • Mortgage Adviser of the Year
  • Protection Adviser of the Year
  • Retirement Adviser of the Year
  • Marketer of the Year
  • Rising Star
  • Spokesperson of the Year
  • Woman in Financial Technology
  • Woman in Later Life Lending
  • Woman in Management
  • Woman in Protection
  • Woman in Specialist Lending
  • Woman in the Mortgage Industry
  • Equality Employer of the Year

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