the annual event enters its third year with candidates entitled to enter up to four categories
The Online Finance Awards are to be held at the Hotel Inter-Continental in London on 27 November.
Hosted by Incisive Media, the awards are being judged by a panel consisting of journalists and analysts. On the panel is David Lascelles, former FT banking editor and currently founder and co-director of the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI), Steve McDowell, editor of This is Money, and Anthony Thomas of the Financial Services Forum.
Analysts and executives from IBM, Forrester Research, e-centre, Budd UK, Atos KPMG, PR3 Mapa, Infonic and Intercarte will also form part of the panel.
Now in its third year, Incisive Media's Online Finance Awards, in association with the London Evening Standard, will look to present awards for the best financial services sites across a number of business to business and business to consumer categories in the investment, banking, mortgages, insurance and financial trading sectors.
Candidates can enter up to four award categories and must complete a questionnaire.
In addition to the award categories above there will be two additional awards.
The People's Choice Award will be decided by a public voting system which will be on the website www.onlinefinanceawards.co.uk and featured in Incisive Media publications.
The Financial Website of the Year will be chosen by the judging panel and deemed the most outstanding site across all award categories.
The deadline for completed questionnaires is 30 September 2002. Alternatively, go to the Online Finance Awards website where full details of the awards are available including questionnaire, methodology, categories and further details on the judging panel.
Further information contact: Louisa Bundy at [email protected]
For sponsorship opportunities and table booking contact: James Hanbury on 020 7432 6902 or [email protected]
Qualification for entry or completion of questionnaire contact: Deborah Benn at [email protected] .
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