Submissions open for 2023 Women in Finance Awards

20 July 2023
| By Malavika |
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Nominations and submissions have now opened across 29 categories for the seventh annual Women in Finance Awards.

The 2023 Women in Finance Awards black-tie gala dinner ceremony will be hosted by Momentum Media on Friday 10 November 2023 at The Star in Sydney. Click here to buy tickets.

Run with the support of principal partner Mortgage Choice, the national awards program – which is in its seventh year – recognises the women leading the charge and influencing the financial services sector.

The awards are the benchmark for excellence around Australia and acknowledge the outstanding contributions made by women in accounting, banking, insurance, financial advice, funds management, mortgage and finance broking, and superannuation.

They also champion entrepreneurs, chief executives, regional professionals, mentors, thought leaders, marketing professionals, innovators, and emerging leaders.

Additionally, employers (including small-to-medium enterprises) are recognised for their successes, including the best training and development programs, and women’s community programs.

There are 24 individual and five group awards on offer this year, enabling women working in the finance industry to showcase the depth of their talent while affirming their role in propelling the sector forward.

Submit an entry or nominate a worthy colleague to the Women in Finance Awards by Thursday 17 August 2023 for a chance to be in the running. Click here to view the categories.

At the end of the ceremony, the highest-scoring individual winner will become the recipient of this year’s Women in Finance Excellence Award.

Judged by a panel of highly regarded members of the finance industry, the awards provide peer-reviewed recognition of the capabilities and achievements of women in the finance industry. Click here to review the judging process.

Commenting on the partnership with the awards, CEO, financial services and Mortgage Choice (part of REA Group) Anthony Waldron said: "This is Mortgage Choice’s second year as the principal partner of the Women in Finance Awards. Through our Aspire program we are working to address the gender imbalance in the mortgage broking industry, and this sponsorship is a core part of that mission. Part of developing a more diverse industry that better reflects the communities we live and work in is recognising the achievements of the exceptional women working in financial services.

"Taking time to celebrate and showcase women who are raising the bar plays a critical role in helping attract the next generation of female talent in the finance industry. The Women in Finance Awards is always a great night, and an opportunity to be inspired by the diverse talent in the finance industry, celebrate our peers and make new connections."

Noting the launch of the Women in Finance Awards 2023, Momentum Media’s managing editor of mortgages, Annie Kane, commented: “We’re thrilled to open nominations for the Women in Finance Awards, which showcase the exceptional contributions made by women in various roles within the finance sector.

“The finance industry has traditionally been male-dominated, but these awards provide an opportunity for women to be recognised for their exceptional skills, expertise, and accomplishments in the finance industry. 

“By nominating themselves, or others, women have the chance to showcase their achievements and gain well-deserved visibility within their field. This recognition can open doors to new career opportunities, promotions, and increased professional credibility - and helps create much-needed role models for aspiring professionals in the industry.

“The awards are open to women across all levels of experience, from emerging talent to seasoned professionals, so make sure you submit soon to seize the opportunity to gain recognition, inspire others, build valuable connections, and drive positive change within the finance sector.”

To submit in the awards, decide which categories you are eligible to enter. Click here to review the categories.

Register your account through our secure awards platform, and fill in the details of your submissions.

When you’re happy with your submission, press save and lodge it.

Click here for tips on how to write an effective submission, and how to submit your entry.

Submit your entry or nominate a worthy colleague by Thursday 17 August 2023.

Finalists will be announced on Friday 22 September 2023.

The black-tie gala dinner ceremony will be held on Friday 10 November 2023 at The Star in Sydney. Click here to buy tickets.

For more information about the Women in Finance Awards program, click here.

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