Professor David Jackman, former head of industry training and ethics at the FSA and now chairman of the Ethics Foundation has been appointed as one of this year's Incisive Media Gold Standard Award panellists.
Now in its second year, Incisive Media's Gold Standards is an initiative designed to identify financial services companies practising extremely high business standards, and is open to fund management, protection, pension, banking, mortgages, and insurance groups operating in the UK, as well as independent financial advisers.
Professor Jackman’s expertise in ethics and training in financial services will serve as a key element in evaluating this year’s entries across a number of areas, particularly trust, to assess which financial services companies meet high standards for financial strength, capability, service, fair value and trust – the five targets deemed most important when consumers buy financial products.
Incisive Media'sDeborah Benn, head of the judging committee, says other recent appointments to the panel include Anthony Gould, editor-in-chief of UK weekly trade newspaper Post Magazine, and Craig Walton of Asset TV, previously of Framlington Asset Management.
A full list of current judges along with full information on how to enter for the Awards can be obtained at www.goldstandardawards.com.
Deadline for completed questionnaires is 31st May 2004.
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