Investment Week , sister publication to IFAonline, won three out of the four journalism awards at t...
Investment Week, sister publication to IFAonline, won three out of the four journalism awards at the Investment Management Association's annual dinner on Wednesday night.
At the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, Investment Week was named best editorial team, the first time that a team award was handed out.
Investment Week's deputy editor Kira Nickerson won the award for best specialist journalist while Jenne Mannion, a regular contributor to Investment Week, won best freelance Journalist.
The fourth award, for national journalism, was given to Richard Miles of The Times. Miles is a regular contributor to IFAonline's sister publication Bloomberg Money.
As well as reporter Adam Lewis being named AITC investment trust journalist of the year in June, Investment Week journalists have won the IMA specialist journalist award for six out of the last seven years.
Former winners included Investment Week editor Mark Colegate and news editor Robert Stock.
The awards were voted on by each of the IMA's member firms.
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