Relive the 2019 PA Awards in photographs

450 guests, 32 awards, 1 great evening

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Now in their 14th year, the Professional Adviser Awards seek to reward excellence both within the financial advice community and among the broader financial services sector.
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Now in their 14th year, the Professional Adviser Awards seek to reward excellence both within the financial advice community and among the broader financial services sector.

Some 450 advisers and other members of the financial services community packed into The Brewery in central London on 7 February for the 2019 Professional Adviser Awards. Take a look at our photo album of the occasion...

Just hover over the image below and use the arrows to navigate or click here to view the photos in another browser And you can find all the winners of the 2019 Professional Adviser Awards here...

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