That's all folks!
Thank you so much for joining us at the (virtual) 2020 Headlinemoney Awards!
We hope you enjoyed our unique broadcast that replaced the usual awards ceremony and dinner in the City.
Your response to our Twitter competitions was magnificent (see the #HMAwards20 hashtag). We’ll be announcing the winners soon via email and social media.
Congratulations, of course, to all of this year’s shortlistees, category winners and especially well done to our Headlinemoney journalist of the year, Katie Morley from The Telegraph.
Now we’re post-lockdown period (and subject, of course, to Government guidelines, social distancing rules, etc) we’ll be holding a celebratory awards dinner as soon as possible. More details on that front as they emerge.
In the interim, you can read more about this year’s event including what the judges had to say about the various winners by viewing our 2020 winners’ book.
Thank you once again for tuning in and also to everyone who took part in this year’s awards.
From the 500+ journalists, PRs and organisations who submitted entries, to our fabulous judges for all the decision-making (chaired remotely by Andrew Michael) and, of course, to our splendid sponsors!
As always, we’re very proud to stage the equivalent of the ‘Oscars’ for the financial press (even if this year’s version was a bit different) and we hope to see all of you very soon.
Start preparing those 2021 entries now…
The Headlinemoney Awards Team
Incredibly useful from a professional point of view and enjoyable at the same time.
Claire Altman, Smart Pension
The Headlinemoney Awards is a really positive event to celebrate the different successes throughout the industry. It's a great place to be inspired by the hard work and achievements of others.
Kit Sproson, Money Saving Expert
Headlinemoney is not only about recognising success, it's also about community.
Madhu Kalia, Rathbones
The Headlinemoney Awards is the key industry event each year.
Katie North, ABI
The Headlinemoney Awards is the best event of the year for anyone with an interest in personal finance journalism.
Alex Hammond, Also Communications
Journalists can benchmark their own work and get inspired for the year ahead.
Alexandra Newlove, eToro