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CFA UK Journalism Awards 2019

The CFA UK Journalism Awards highlights contribution for the advancement of investor education through journalism and will be held on 19 June 2019 at CFA UK’s Summer Reception.

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.

  

Award categories

CFA UK Journalist of the Year

For the journalist whose work has – by virtue of relevance, clarity and content – done most to explain the investment profession to stakeholders over the past 12 months. This category will be open to journalists from all media.

 

CFA UK Trade Journalist of the Year

For the trade media journalist whose work has – by virtue of relevance, clarity and content – done most to explain the investment profession to stakeholders over the past 12 months.

 

CFA UK New Journalist of the Year

For the journalist with up to 2 years’ experience in financial journalism whose work has – by virtue of relevance, clarity and content – done most to explain the investment profession to stakeholders over the past 12 months.

 

CFA UK ESG Journalist for the Year

A newly established award this year, for the journalist whose work recognises excellence across the full spectrum of sustainability whilst encouraging the investment profession to raise its environmental, social and governance standards.

 

CFA UK Ethical and Professional Standards Award 

For the individual or organisation whose work over a period of years has encouraged the investment profession to raise its ethical and professional standards.

 

CFA UK Publication of the Year

For the publication that has done most to explain the investment profession to stakeholders over the past 12 months.

 

Judging panel

This year’s judging panel is made up of CFA UK members:

  • Robin Black, CFA
  • Edward Caplin, ASIP
  • Vishrut Chatrath, CFA
  • David Clarke, CFA
  • Laura Fauvel, CFA
  • Zola Terbish, IMC
  • Marisa Virseda, CFA
  • Yanrong Wang, CFA

 

Catch up with the photos from last year's awards

CFA UK 2018 Journalism Awards photos 

 

Previous winners >>

 
 
 
 2018

Publication of the year
Journalist of the year
Ethical and Professional Standards award
Trade Journalist of the year
New Journalist of the year

 

 

Winner
Investment & Pensions Europe 
Madison Marriage
Chris Newlands
Chris Newlands
Dan Jones
Mark Latham

 

 

Job title

Accounting and Tax Correspondent
Editor

 

 

 

 

  Publication

Financial Times
Financial Times
Financial News
Funds Europe

Funds Europe

 

 

 

2017

Publication of the year
Journalist of the year
Ethical and Professional Standards award

 

The Economist
Tom Easton
Patrick Hosking

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American finance editor
Financial Editor

 

Blank
The Economist
The Times

2016

Publication of the year
Journalist of the year
Ethical and Professional Standards award

 

The Sunday Times
Philip Coggan
Merryn Somerset Webb

  


Capital Markets editor
Columnist

  


The Economist
FT Money

2015

Publication of the year
Journalist of the year
Ethical and Professional Standards award

Winner

Investors Chronicle
Philip Ryland
Madison Marriage

Job

Blank
Associate editor
Reporter

Publication

Blank
Investors Chronicle
FTfm

2014

Publication of the year
Journalist of the year
Ethical and Professional Standards award

 

FT Money
Nick Louth
Jonathan Eley

 


Journalist
Editor

 


Investors Chronicle
FT Money

2013

Publication of the year
Journalist/article of the year
Ethical and Professional Standards award   
Wincott Foundation Award

Winner

The Sunday Times
John Ficenec
Kamal Ahmed
Ian Kelly, CFA and Sonia Laud, Schroders

Title

Blank
Journalist
Journalist
Blank

Blank

Blank
Investors Chronicle
The Sunday Telegraph
Blank

2012

Publication
Journalist/ Article of the year
Highly commended
Highly commended

 

The Times
Paul Farrow
David Budworth
Tim Bennett

 

Journalist
Journalist
Journalist
Journalist

 

 
The Sunday Telegraph
The Times
Money Week