Protection Journalist of the Year (B2B)

FTAdviser's Simony Kyriakou collects her Award from CEO of Guardian Katya Maclean and Awards Host Marcus Brigstocke

WINNER: SIMONEY KYRIAKOU, FTADVISER

Two journalists soon emerged as front-runners in this category from the original list of six. After plenty of debate it was FTAdviser’s Simoney Kyriakou who landed the honours, with articles that were “industry focused but have a much wider appeal... with a strong investigative angle”.

“Sounding the alarm about rogue lead generators, followed by a deep dive into cold call scams, and an op-ed 'call to arms' made for very compelling reading,” one judge noted. “Getting an unsolicited call is annoying at the best of times but playing on people’s fears in a pandemic is appalling behaviour. Simoney was the first journalist to call this out,“ commented another.

 

Shortlisted

  • Cristian Angeloni, International Adviser
  • Chloe Cheung, FTAdviser
  • Simoney Kyriakou, FTAdviser
  • Jeff Prestridge, The Mail on Sunday, for work on FTAdviser
  • Adam Saville, Vitality, for work on COVER
  • Edmund Tirbutt, Freelance, for work on Corporate Adviser

 

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