IFAonline is delighted to announce it won the runner-up prize as Best New Media at the 2001 Bradford...
IFAonline is delighted to announce it won the runner-up prize as Best New Media at the 2001 Bradford & Bingley Personal Finance Media Awards in London on Tuesday evening (6th November).
Regarded as the "Oscars" of personal finance journalism, IFAonline was delighted to accept the runner-up prize, which was presented by Bradford & Bingley Group Chief Executive Christopher Rodrigues and Krishnan Guru Murphy of Channel 4 News.
Judges of the B&B 2001 awards, who commented that the IFAonline site has "proved itself as an invaluable resource to IFAs with a good balance in both presentation and content", were:
Deborah Arnott of the FSA Consumer Education division;
David Elms of IFA Promotion;
Wendy Van Der Jende of the Personal Finance Education Group;
Peter Timberlake of Legal & General;
Tim Fox of the Institute of Financial Services;
Helena Weisner, National Consumer Council member and independent consumer affairs consultant;
Paul Smee of the Association of Independent Financial Advisers;
Peter Hughes of the Smart Company, and
Anne McMeehan of AUTIF.
The awards were this year independently designed and chaired by the Personal Finance Research Centre at Bristol University.
The editorial team would like to thank everyone who has worked at or with IFAonline to make it the success it has been since its relaunch in March, and we will strive to deliver the best possible online news service and support to intermediaries.
Winner of the Best New Media category was FT Your Money.
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