The CFA UK Journalism Awards highlights contribution for the advancement of investor education through journalism and winners will be announced in June 2021.
Launched in 2012, the awards celebrate articles that highlight ethical and professional standards in the UK investment sector and are open to all journalists. These awards aim to celebrate and promote great journalism that mirror CFA UK’s mission and vision.
CFA UK Journalist of the Year
For the article that has done most to explain the investment profession to stakeholders over the past 12 months.
CFA UK Broadcast Journalist of the Year
For the broadcast content (TV, Radio and podcasts) that has done most to explain the investment profession to stakeholders over the past 12 months.
CFA UK Journalism Award: ESG, Climate and Sustainable Investing
For the article in the last 12 months which has best explained ESG, the impact of climate change or sustainable investing to stakeholders and/or encouraged the profession to raise its standards in this area.
CFA UK Journalism Award: Inclusion & Diversity
For the article in the last 12 months which has best explained an issue relating to inclusion and diversity in the investment sector and/or encouraged the profession to raise its standards in this area. Submissions may relate to any area of diversity and inclusion, including but not limited to: gender, socio-economic diversity, minority ethnicities and neurodiversity.
CFA UK Journalism Award: Value and Transparency
For the article in the last 12 months which has best explained the investment sector’s duty to the public and/or encouraged the profession to better serve investors. This may include topics relating to consumer access to investment, investor transparency and value for money.
CFA UK Journalism Award: Investing and Covid-19
For the article - published since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic - that has best highlighted an issue relating to the worldwide crisis and the investment profession/sector.
CFA UK Journalism Award: Most valued publication
How to enter
Journalists who wish to enter should email OgilvyPR for more information. An individual or publication may enter multiple categories where they meet the criteria. Journalists from more than one organisation may enter individual awards, where they meet the criteria. There is no charge for entry.
- Alexander Hirsch, CFA
Director at ProCervo (Independent Investor)
- Christopher Ware, CFA
Director at Conygar Investment Company
- Edward Caplin, ASIP
- Maria Virseda, CFA
Experienced investment professional
- Nicholas Hyett, CFA
Equity Research Lead at Hargreaves Lansdown
- Yu-Jhu Lin
CFA Level II candidate