Consumer Money Journalist of the Year
Telegraph Media Group's Sam Brodbeck collects the Award on behalf of Katie Morley, from eToro's Managing Director, UK Dan Moczulski and Awards Host Marcus Brigstocke
WINNER: KATIE MORLEY, TELEGRAPH MEDIA GROUP
Unsurprisingly this category is always competitive with numerous journalists submitting initial entries. Getting onto the shortlist is an achievement in itself, and after the first phase of scoring, three names had pulled a little way ahead. When the judges convened for the second time, Katie Morley of Telegraph Media Group emerged as the winner for the second year in a row.
As one judge pointed out, Katie “goes to astonishing lengths to help customers.... (I’m) in awe of the time she spends resolving issues”. “A great example of protecting vulnerable consumers and holding business to account. Methodical, unbiased and effective reporting,“ a second judge commented.
- Chiara Cavaglieri, Which? Money
- Katherine Denham, The Times and The Sunday Times
- Marianna Hunt, Freelance, for work at Telegraph Media Group
- Katie Morley, Telegraph Media Group
- Ben Wilkinson, Daily Mail
- Adam Williams, Telegraph Media Group
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