Women in Financial Advice Awards 2024: Entries closing today!

Awards ceremony on 6 November at London’s Marriott Grosvenor Square

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There are just a few hours left to submit entries for Professional Adviser's 2024 Women in Financial Advice Awards (WIFA).

The entry period closes today (12 June) and follows an industry-wide nomination process which attracted more than 1,500 nominations for 792 women from 337 companies. This year's glittering awards ceremony is set to take place on 6 November at London's Marriott Grosvenor Square. WIFA is open to those working within both the financial advice community and among the financial services sector that provide products and/or services to financial advisers and their clients in the UK. Entrants can be involved in roles relating to UK-based financial advice, adviser support services, platform...

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