Women in Finance Awards Event is Thursday!11.30.2020
Markets Media Group’s 2020 Women in Finance (US) Awards will be announced in a special virtual event on Thursday, December 3, at 4:15 pm New York time. The sixth annual event follows very successful European Women in Finance and Women in Finance Asia Awards programs.
There is no registration required for this event, simply visit our WIF landing page at the appointed hour to view the broadcast. A replay will be available to view afterwards.
Our editorial staff and Advisory Board has been hard at work over the past few months reviewing scores of outstanding nominees, and we’re proud that our 2020 winners lineup is stronger than ever.
The WIF program recognizes and celebrates the most talented and accomplished women in multiple categories across financial services. There will be more than 25 awards presented at this year’s WIF awards, including Excellence in Trading, Excellence in Fintech, Trailblazer, CEO of the Year, and Lifetime Achievement. There will also be a special Positive Impact Award.
Program note — our Rising Stars are so good they need their own event!
Join Markets Media on Thursday Dec. 10 as we celebrate the up-and-comers among outstanding women in finance — who we call Rising Stars. These are remarkable women in areas such as buy-side and sell-side trading, exchange operations, financial technology who have accomplished much in their career — but the best is yet to come.
Stay tuned for more information on on Rising Stars Awards event.
Thank you to all our sponsors and supporters, those who submitted nominations, and our WIF Advisory Board. And of course, congratulations to the finalists and the winners!
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