Consumer Money Journalist of the Year
Telegraph Media Group's Harry Brennan collects his trophy from Jack Crone, UK PR and Communications Manager at eToro and awards host Kerry Godliman
Winner: Harry Brennan, Telegraph Media Group
After the original round of scoring, two names emerged from the original five as potential winners. Following plenty of discussion at the judging session, it was The Telegraph’s Harry Brennan who emerged triumphant.
Judges commented on his “consistency and ability”, noting all his submissions brought about change or action and tackled some big issues with “the Ombudsman piece feeling particularly strong” in one judge’s view.
Highly Commended: Imogen Tew, The Times & The Sunday Times
The judging panel agreed Imogen’s submission also stood out, applauding her determination to “go the extra mile” and “ability to present work in different formats to cater for new audiences”.
Harry Brennan, Telegraph Media Group
Chiara Cavaglieri, Which? Money
Helen Knapman, MoneySavingExpert.com
Amelia Murray, Money Mail, Daily Mail
Imogen Tew, The Times & Sunday Times
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