Women in Financial Advice Awards 2024: Nominations close on 1 May

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

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There are just days left to submit nominations for Professional Adviser's 2024 Women in Financial Advice Awards (WIFA).

So now is your last chance to enter yourself, a peer or colleague, and show how great the female contingent of the advice profession really is. This year's glittering awards ceremony is set to take place on 6 November at London's Marriott Grosvenor Square. The Women in Financial Advice Awards are 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. Nominees can be involved in roles relating to UK-based financial advice, adviser support service...

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