SMSF Adviser is pleased to announce the finalists for the inaugural Women in Finance Awards 2017 have been revealed.
The Women in Finance Awards, partnered with NAB, is a flagship event that will highlight the outstanding work of women within financial services, celebrating their successes on a national stage to support the continuing growth, development and evolution of gender equality in the workplace.
These awards are an Australian-first program encompassing a broad range of financial services under one umbrella to celebrate success and excellence, and recognise and encourage the rising stars of tomorrow.
A full list of finalists for the inaugural event can be viewed here.
A five-star, black-tie gala dinner announcing the winners will be held in Sydney on 21 September.
“We are set for a superb awards presentation. The judges have a tough job on their hands this year and there will no doubt be much excitement to hear their verdicts,” said Momentum Media’s head of events, Jim Hall.
“This awards event is an Australian-first program that truly pulls together all areas of financial services under one umbrella to celebrate success and excellence,” he added.
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