Broadcast Journalist of the Year (including podcasts)
Freelance Felicity Hannah collects her Award from Head of Public relations, UK and europe at Vanguard Caroline Hancock and Awards Host Marcus Brigstocke
WINNER: FELICITY HANNAH, FREELANCE (INCLUDING WAKE UP TO MONEY & MONEY BOX)
After the original round of scoring, three names emerged from the original quintet as potential winners. After plenty of discussion at the face-to-face judging session, it was Felicity Hannah who emerged triumphant for the second year in a row.
In a highly competitive category covering a range of topics, the judges commended Felicity on “a superb portfolio”.
Her work delivers a “combination of the human angle, speaking to people about their experiences, and practical takeaways... the latter is especially important for consumer-facing financial journalism,” one judge remarked. “The File on 4 investigation of the loan charge scandal is brilliant, dogged investigative journalism,” another judge noted. That documentary was produced by the investigative journalist Anna Meisel and edited by Gail Champion.
- Claer Barrett, Financial Times
- Sarah Corker, BBC News
- Felicity Hannah, Freelance (including Wake Up To Money & Money Box)
- Vishala Sri-Pathma, BBC Business & Economics
- Andy Webb, Cash Chats podcast (Be Clever With Your Cash)
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Founded in 1975, Vanguard is one of the world's largest investment management companies, offering investments, advice and retirement services, and insights to individual investors, institutions, and financial professionals. Based in Malvern, Pennsylvania and with offices worldwide, Vanguard manages $8 trillion on behalf of 30 million clients (as of June 30, 2021). Vanguard operates under a unique, client-owned structure and adheres to simple purpose: To take a stand for all investors, to treat them fairly, and to give them the best chance for investment success.