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The Powerwomen Awards 2016 - recognising individuals and companies who maximise the potential of women in wealth

Event Date: 3 February 2016

Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, 45 Prescot St, London E1 8GP
London

 

Dress code: Smart Suits/Cocktail Wear

Shortlist

On consideration of the judges and the editor there will be two further awards announced at the gala evening.

Lifetime Achievement Award

Editor's Choice Award

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Speaker: Frances Edmonds

 

Citywealth is delighted to open its third year awards programme to champion women in the wealth sector and highlight the female leaders of today and tomorrow. The awards spotlight individuals and companies who support care giving responsibilities, female leadership, and celebrate diversity. Globally, women hold approximately one in five senior management roles, and fewer than one in ten businesses have a female CEO; of Financial Times top 500 companies, women represent 1.8% of CEOs and hold 10% of board seats. By working together and inclusively we can do so much more. In 2012, a Dow Jones study found that the overall median proportion of female executives is 7.1% at successful companies and 3.1% at unsuccessful companies, demonstrating the value that having more females can potentially bring to a management team.

Therefore, the Powerwomen Awards 2016 will both recognise individuals and companies who maximise the potential of women in wealth, and will also create a platform for best practice to collectively exercise positive social influence on the sector.

 

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Submissions

Submissions are now closed

 

Awards categories and criteria

 

Entry criteria

Any organisation or individual may enter themselves for any of the awards. Organisations may put forward entries for multiple awards as appropriate. We also welcome your nominations for any organisation or individual you think is deserving of recognition at these prestigious awards.

The judges

An independent panel of industry judges determines the winners. The 2016 judging panel has been announced. Additionally, the shortlist is published online and online voting will take place. The online vote carries the weight of one additional judge. Over 17,500 votes were received for 2015 contests.
Awards will go to those organisations/individuals that are recognised by peers and clients as demonstrating excellence under the relevant criteria below. Submissions should have statistics and metrics to support them:

• Having outstanding female leadership with metrics to demonstrate growth or revenue development
• Consistent female promotion rates
• New initiatives to help parents with flexibility
• Engagement with outreach initiatives aimed at black, minority and ethnic communities
• Dynamic mentors or sponsors demonstrating the two way relationship that has been built
• Running a successful internal women’s network
• Specific gender programmes and communication of them internally
• Clear policies and how they are implemented for female career advancement

General guidelines

• Ensure the submission includes administration contact and email address
• Each entry must be in the form of a written submission of no more than 1000 words. The judges are looking for concise written submissions and your entry should cover as many of the listed criteria as possible.
• Please ensure each item of your submission has the following information clearly printed: category name, name of entering company/firm and contact.
• Please ensure you include what associations and registrations you are a member of.
• When nominating a third party, please provide as much information as possible. Contact details for the nominee are mandatory.

Corporate awards

 

Company of the year: Female Leadership (Large, Institutional)

Judges would like to hear about successful companies with outstanding female leaders. A leader is a person who has a vision, a drive and a commitment to achieve that vision, and the skills to make business growth and change happen. Leaders should exercise positive social influence. This should be supported by metrics which demonstrate growth or revenue development or other metrics as entrants deem appropriate over the past 12 months.

 

Company of the year: Female Leadership (Professional Services)

Judges would like to hear about successful companies with outstanding female leaders. A leader is a person who has a vision, a drive and a commitment to achieve that vision, and the skills to make business growth and change happen. Leaders should exercise positive social influence. This should be supported by metrics which demonstrate growth or revenue development or other metrics as entrants deem appropriate over the past 12 months.

 

Company of the year: Creating change for Women

Judges would like to hear about successful companies with outstanding programmes, mentoring and sponsorship aimed at encouraging, promoting or retaining women. Judges would like to hear about how these initiatives. This should be supported by metrics which demonstrate growth or revenue development or other metrics as entrants deem appropriate over the past 12 months.

 

Best Employer: Mentoring /Sponsoring programmes

Sponsors are advocates in positions of authority who use their influence intentionally to help others advance, while mentors provide advice, feedback, and coaching.
Please tell us what your mentoring or sponsorship programme involves and the success rates or metrics for female promotion or development in your organisation.

 

Best Employer: Working parents initiative – successful impact

This is aimed at initiatives launched in the last 3 years. Citywealth Supporting Women in Wealth Awards aims to neutralise attitudes within corporates that might stigmatise individuals with care giving responsibilities because of corporate cultural pressures. Successful entries will show how measures have been implemented to help men and women access parental flexibility without career detriment, stigma or similar examples.

 

Best Employer: BME Women

 

This award rewards new initiatives aimed at encouraging, promoting or retaining Black and minority ethnic (BME) women. This is aimed at innovative initiatives launched in the last 12 months.

 

Individual awards

 

Woman of the year: Leadership (Large, Institutional)

Open to senior women demonstrating leadership or having attained a substantial leadership position. Please demonstrate your path to success, mentors/sponsors and choices that led you to your leadership position. Judges would be interested in hearing about themes that emerged throughout your career progression and why the past year has been outstanding.

 

Woman of the year: Leadership (Professional Services)

Open to senior women demonstrating leadership or having attained a substantial leadership position. Please demonstrate your path to success, mentors/sponsors and choices that led you to your leadership position. Judges would be interested in hearing about themes that emerged throughout your career progression and why the past year has been outstanding.

 

Woman of the year: Leadership (Financial Organisation)

Open to senior women demonstrating leadership or having attained a substantial leadersh ip position. Please demonstrate your path to success, mentors/sponsors and choices that led you to your leadership position. Judges would be interested in hearing about themes that emerged throughout your career progression and why the past year has been outstanding.

 

Woman of the year: Business growth (Large, Institutional)

Open to women who can demonstrate commercial success in terms of revenue or a new business initiative that has or will bring revenue to their current business. Examples are; client accumulation and their impact on your business; revenue rising substantially; or breaking into a new regional markets like the Middle East. Please supply case studies or metrics to support the entry.

 

Woman of the year: Business growth (Professional Services)

Open to women who can demonstrate commercial success in terms of revenue or a new business initiative that has or will bring revenue to their current business. Examples are; client accumulation and their impact on your business; revenue rising substantially; or breaking into a new regional markets like the Middle East. Please supply case studies or metrics to support the entry.

 

Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year

Open to senior women demonstrating leadership or having attained a substantial leadership/senior position. Please demonstrate your path to success, mentors/sponsors and choices that led you to your leadership position. Judges would be interested in hearing about themes that emerged throughout your career progression and why the past year has been outstanding.

 

Inspirational Woman of the Year

Open to senior women having make a positive impact in the lives of colleagues and employees, demonstrating leadership or having attained a substantial leadership position. Please demonstrate your path to success, mentors/sponsors and choices that led you to be an inspiration. Judges would be interested in hearing about themes that emerged throughout your career progression and why the past year has been outstanding.

 

Champion of the Year: Mentoring/Sponsorship Programmes

Open to men and women
Sponsors are advocates in positions of authority who use their influence intentionally to help others advance, while mentors provide advice, feedback, and coaching. The mentor or sponsor should demonstrate how the two-way relationship has been built and provide details of promotions achieved for women with their help in their organisation.

 

Champion of the Year: BME Outreach Initiative

Open to men and women
This should focus on educational outreach initiatives and championing in schools, universities or professional business schools focused on Black  and minority ethnic communities that are under-represented in private wealth management.

 

Career Achievement Award

 

Editor's Choice Award

 

Entry document information

Please supply us with a 1,000-word document containing the core of your entry. You may separately supply appendices containing additional supporting information and documentation.

 

Best practice peer exchange and entry transparency

In a move to help the market more with their gender programmes, Citywealth would like to publicise the winning entries in order to reveal practical steps for the industry to use. This will also help highlight the bestpractice of the winners. Please advise us if your entry is confidential or if you will agree to publicity.

 

Judging Process

  • Stage 1 The contest is opened for submissions and companies enter
  • Stage 2 The Judges review the entries and meet to agree the finalists
  • Stage 3 The finalists are announced
  • Stage 4 Public Voting – online voting opens and will count as one additional judges vote
  • Stage 5 Judges meet to cast final votes and agree the winners
  • Stage 6 The winners are announced publicly at the awards ceremony

 

Please e-mail your entries to Lina Petkova tpetkova@citywealthmag.com

Judging Panel

Shona Baijal
UBS Wealth Management
Managing Director

Shona started at UBS in their summer internship program in 1998, coming back after graduating from Cambridge University into the Corporate Finance team in the Investment Bank in London. Within two years she had moved over to Wealth Management, which was actively building out its onshore presence in key locations in Europe, including London, at the time, and looking to hire. Starting from scratch with no client advising experience she built her book from zero to £250m under management in 6 years. Soon she was spreading best practice to other client advisors, and in 2007 was asked to take a desk head role in the management team. She was promoted to Managing Director in 2014 making her the first female in her business to gain this rank. Today, she is responsible for leading a team of advisers focused on the UK Domestic High Net Worth market. In addition, she is the appointed champion of gender diversity within the bank. Shona lives in West London and has two sons aged 5 and 2. She cites her biggest achievement as having built a successful career in finance, together with having a family.

Guy Paterson
Stanhope Capital
Partner

Guy has 25 years of experience of the financial markets. He is a partner in the Client Advisory Team. He headed the client advisory practices of Guinness Mahon and Granville Baird from 1996 to 2001 and then ran the London operation of Unigestion Family Investment Office from 2001 to 2010. He specialises in advising families and trusts on the design and implementation of investment policy. Guy qualified as a chartered accountant with Peat Marwick Mitchell before spending ten years in corporate finance. He was subsequently chief executive of Linguaphone Group plc, an international language publisher, before returning to investment markets. He graduated with an MA in History from Oxford University.

Sheila Dean
Equiom
Global CEO

Sheila has over twenty years' experience in the offshore trust and fiduciary business and has been Managing Director since 2006 with overall responsibility for Equiom’s strategic direction, operational control and acquisitive growth strategy. Sheila specialises in implementing and managing trust and company structures and manages a portfolio of long standing high net worth clients. Sheila has extensive relationships with Equiom’s key professional intermediaries driving the development of Equiom’s core and niche business lines worldwide.

Laura Devine
Laura Devine Solicitors
Principal

Laura is Principal of Laura Devine Solicitors and is a UK solicitor and US attorney. She is a world-renowned specialist in all aspects of UK immigration and nationality law. She has advised clients on business and private client immigration matters for 25 years. Prior to establishing the firm she set up the immigration departments at Eversheds and PricewaterhouseCoopers. She is adept at building and managing top immigration teams and runs an award-winning business and is a talent leader. Laura is a prolific speaker and writer on immigration and is on The Law Society Council representing immigration lawyers and sits on the Immigration Law Committee. She is also immigration correspondent for TLS Gazette and is involved in immigration positions with the International Bar Association and Union Internationale des Avocats.

James Hender
Saffery Champness
Partner

James is head of the firm's Private Wealth Practice Group. He specialises in advising high net worth clients in the financial services sector, including senior bankers, hedge fund managers and private equity specialists. Many of his clients have moved on to found their own businesses and so he works with entrepreneurs and owner-managers across a range of commercial issues.

Joanna Blackburn
Mishcon de Reya
Partner

Joanna is a Partner and Head of the Employment Department of Mishcon de Reya, where she handles all areas of contentious and non-contentious employment law. Joanna sits on the Board of Mishcon de Reya, is listed as a leader in her field by Chambers and Legal 500, and is ranked in Chambers Global. Joanna was also recently named Champion of the Year for Mentoring in the Citywealth Power Women Awards 2015.

Tony Cohen
Deloitte
Global Leader

Tony is the Deloitte Global Leader - Deloitte Private, as well as a Deloitte UK Private Client Senior Partner. Tony advises individuals with substantial wealth invested in a number of different areas, looking to manage their overall tax profile whilst achieving their own personal family and business objectives appropriately. His clients include international families, entrepreneurs and their businesses with whom he develops trusted and valued relationships.

Jane Craig
Penningtons Manches LLP
Partner

Jane is a partner in Penningtons Manches’ family law department. She specialises in the financial aspects of high value divorces and civil partnership dissolutions, complex disputes about residence, contact and other welfare issues concerning children, financial settlements for children of unmarried parents and disputes arising from the breakdown of cohabitation. A great many of Jane’s cases have an international dimension.

David Poole
Citi Private Bank
Managing Director

David Poole is a Managing Director of Citi Private Bank, UK and was appointed as Global Market Manager for the UK Market Region in 2009. Since joining Citi in May 2006 David has been responsible for Business Development for Citi Private Bank Europe. David trained in corporate finance at Lazard Brothers in 1987. He subsequently became a senior portfolio manager at N M Rothschild where he was an analyst for the electronics and media sectors and managed pension funds, charities and private client accounts. More recently, David served as a Director and Head of Business Development at Merrill Lynch Investment Management (previously MAM) where he worked on the amalgamation of Merrill's two UK businesses in 2004. David graduated from Bristol University in 1987 with an honours degree in English and Theology. He is a Registered Representative of the Stock Exchange and he is CF30 qualified. He is a trustee of the National Youth Music Trust and serves on the development board of Ashden Trust. David graduated from Bristol University in 1987 with an honours degree in English and Theology. He is a Registered Representative of the Stock Exchange and he is CF30 qualified. He is a trustee of the National Youth Music Trust and serves on the development board of Ashden Trust.

Fiona Lucas
Credit Suisse
Director

Jo Bateson
Partner
KPMG

Our Sponsors

Sponsorship Packages

The Citywealth Powerwomen Awards has become an established presence in the wealth calendar. Now in its third year the Citywealth Powerwomen Awards brings together the elite of advisers in the wealth industry as well as being an established event for philanthropists and the UHNW readership of Citywealth.

The 2015 Citywealth Powerwomen Awards brought together 130 of the industry’s female elite representing over seventy organisations including the leading law firms, trust companies, family offices, tax advisors, investment managers and bankers in the wealth sector to recognise the achievements of women in the industry during the past year.

The evening is a unique opportunity to meet and network with the leaders in the advisory sectors and the UHNW clients there to help promote the causes close to their hearts.

Any organisation or individual may enter themselves for any of the categories. Organisations may put forward entries for multiple categories as appropriate. We also welcome your nominations for any organisation or individual you think is deserving of recognition at these prestigious awards.

 

Patron Sponsorship

As Lead sponsor, you receive a rounded annual package designed to maximise your promotional benefit over the course of the year using all Citywealth channels – online, sponsorship, networking and publications. From July 2014, Citywealth begins a programme of event marketing. Involvement in this together with a campaign of follow up activities will maximise your exposure as the event Lead Sponsor.

• 4 pages editorial profile of your organisation
• 6 Full pages advertisement in Citywealth newsletter
• Branding on all the event promotional and advertising materials
• 6 months banner advertisement on www.citywealthmag.com
•  “Solus” branding on the night of the awards
• Presentation of two award categories
• 5 minute speaking opportunity
• Full page advertisement in awards programme – Back Cover
• Branding at reception and in award materials
• Additional staff attendance at the welcome reception – up to a maximum of 5
• 1 x table of 10 – front row
• Copies and use of your award presentation photography
• Presence and branding in post awards special issue of Citywealth.
• Membership of the Citywealth - Tomorrow Club (worth £550 p.a. + VAT)
• Membership of Citywealth - WP Club (worth £795 p.a. + VAT)
• Membership of Citywealth - Powerwomen Club (worth £995 p.a. +VAT)

 

GOLD Award Sponsorship

• Branding on all pre event marketing materials
• Front row seating guaranteed
• Table of 10 at the awards dinner
• Banner advertisement on www.citywealthmag.com for 12 months from start of booking
• Announcing and on stage presentation of one award category
• Copies and use of your award presentation photography
• 3 Full page advertisements in Citywealth newsletter
• Advertisement in award event programme
• 1 Full page advertisement in Citywealth Leaders List

 

SILVER Award Sponsorship

• Branding on all event marketing materials
• Best available seating guaranteed
• Table of 10 at the awards dinner
• Banner advertisement on www.citywealthmag.com for 6 months
• Announcing and on stage presentation of one award category
• Copies and use of your award presentation photography
• Presence and branding in post awards special issue of Citywealth
• 3 Full page advertisement in Citywealth newsletter

 

BRONZE Award Sponsorship

• Branding on all pre event marketing materials
• 1/2 Table at the awards dinner
• Announcing and on stage presentation of one award category
• Copies and use of your award presentation photography
• Presence and branding in post awards special issue of Citywealth
• 1 Full page advertisement in Citywealth newsletter

 

Champagne Reception sponsorship

• Branding at reception and in award materials
• Additional staff attendance at the welcome reception – up to a maximum of 5
• 3 x Full page advertisement in Citywealth newsletter
• Opportunity to display marketing materials
• 1 x Leaders List full page advertisement
• Banner advertisement on www.citywealthmag.com
• Table of 10 at the awards dinner
• Announcing and on stage presentation of one award category
• Copies and use of your award presentation photography
• Presence and branding in post awards special issue of Citywealth

 

After dinner drinks sponsorship

• Branding at after dinner drinks reception dinner
• 1 x Full page advertisement in awards programme
• Signage at entrance to drinks reception/Branding displayed in reception area
• Opportunity to display marketing materials
• 3 places at the awards dinner
• Additional staff attendance at reception – up to a maximum of 5
 

For any information about CItywealth events, please contact Lina Petkova

Email: tpetkova@citywealthmag.com

Tel: +44(0)207 487 5858

Charity Partner

The Taylor Bennett Foundation seeks to address the need for greater diversity in the public relations industry by preparing talented graduates from ethnically diverse background for careers in communications.  Research has demonstrated that only around 8% of people working in the industry are from black and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, and the Foundation was established by communications executive search firm Taylor Bennett in 2008 to improve access to the profession for this under-represented group.

The Foundation’s award-winning work-based PR training programme provides a 10-week intensive training course during which graduates are paid a training allowance and travel expenses. The TBF training enables trainees to expand their knowledge and skills, begin building their personal professional networks, and look for a first job in PR. They take part in practical assignments that improve and demonstrate PR skills, receive specialist careers advice as they begin their job search, and meet leading people in the PR and media industries.

Over the last six years over 120 graduates have been through the programmes, around 80% of whom have gone on to work in the PR and communications industry in organisations such as Freud Communications, MHP, the Red Consultancy, Edelman, Royal London Group, CNN, Cabinet Office, KPMG, Lloyds Register, Westminster City Council, The Post Office, Diversity in Care, EY, Pepsi and the Imperial War Museum. 

As well as changing the lives of graduates, many from non-privileged backgrounds, the programme has succeeded in making it easier for companies and PR agencies to hire entry-level PR practitioners from a more diverse background, and in raising awareness of the career opportunities available to this target group.  The Foundation was registered as a charity in 2013.

‘The Taylor Bennett Foundation is an excellent training programme which gave me the skills and confidence to pursue a career in the communications industry.  It’s a once in a lifetime experience where you get to learn from some of the most influential people in PR.’

Kuldeep Mehmi, Consultant at MHP Communications and TBF Alumnus

Results

Boutique Organisation of the Year: Female Leadership

 

GOLD: Laura Devine Solicitors

SILVER: Family Law in Partnership

BRONZE: Benest Corbett Renouf

 

SHORTLISTED: Aqua Group, Family Law in Partnership, Benest Corbett Renouf, Laura Devine Solicitors

 

Woman of the Year: Business Services

 

GOLD: Gail McCourt, RBC Wealth Management

SILVER: Carol-Ann Le Boutillier, Hatstone Lawyers

BRONZE: Beverly Landais, Saunderson House

 

SHORTLISTED: Beverly Landais (Saunderson House), Carol-Ann Le Boutillier (Hatstone Lawyers), Gail McCourt (RBC Wealth Management), Nicola Sawford (Serle Court)

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Paula Higgleton, Deloitte

SILVER: Elizabeth Henson, PwC

BRONZE: Michelle Owen, Barclays

 

SHORTLISTED: Elizabeth Henson (PwC), Paula Higgleton (Deloitte), Lesley Hodgson (Northern Trust), Jurga McCluskey (Deloitte), Michelle Owen (Barclays), Wendy Walton (BDO)

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Financial Organisation)

 

GOLD: Liz Bottomley, Arbuthnot Latham & Co

SILVER: Liz Le Poidevin, RBC Wealth Management

BRONZE: Nancy Curtin, Close Brothers Asset Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Liz Bottomley (Arbuthnot Latham & Co), Nancy Curtin (Close Brothers Asset Management), Louise Hall (Investec), Kate Leppard (Cazenove Capital Management), Liz Le Poidevin (RBC Wealth Management), Ann Marie Vibert (RBC Wealth Management), Sasha Wiggins (Barclays)

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Sandra Davis, Mishcon de Reya

SILVER: Rachel Atkins, Schillings

BRONZE: Eleanor Metcalf, Wedlake Bell

 

SHORTLISTED: Clare Archer (Penningtons Manches), Rachel Atkins (Schillings), Tamara Box (Reed Smith), Laura Dadswell (Penningtons Manches), Sandra Davis (Mishcon de Reya), Frances Hughes (Hughes Fowler Carruthers), Robyn Limmer, (Frank Hirth), Sara Maccallum (Boodle Hatfield), Eleanor Metcalf (Wedlake Bell)

 

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Financial Services)

 

GOLD: Annamaria Koerling, C Hoare & Co

SILVER: Jessica Crane, London & Capital

BRONZE: Julia Warrander, Affinity Wealth Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Jessica Crane (London & Capital), Annamaria Koerling (C Hoare & Co), Julia Warrander (Affinity Wealth Management)

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Professional Services - IFC)

 

GOLD: Jessica Roland, Mourant Ozannes

SILVER: Sally Edwards, Ogier

BRONZE: Farah Ballands, Appleby

 

SHORTLISTED: Farah Ballands (Appleby), Barbara Corbett (Benest Corbett Renouf), Sally Edwards (Ogier), Annemarie Hughes (DQ Advocates), Jessica Roland (Mourant Ozannes), Vanessa Schrum (Appleby), Tina Wuestemann (Bär & Karrer)

 

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Helen Jones, BDO

SILVER: Carolyn Steppler, Ernst & Young

BRONZE: Fiona McClafferty, Deloitte Middle East

 

SHORTLISTED: Louise Hartley (Citi Private Bank), Helen Jones (BDO), Fiona McClafferty (Deloitte Middle East), Julia Onslow-Cole, PwC Legal, Sian Steele (PwC), Carolyn Steppler (Ernst & Young)

 

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Fiona Smith, Forsters

SILVER: Pauline Gale, Bedell Trust UK

BRONZE: Catriona Syed, Charles Russell Speechlys

 

SHORTLISTED: Deborah Clark (Mills & Reeve), Pauline Gale (Bedell Trust UK), Caroline Roberjot (Adams & Remers), Fiona Smith (Forsters), Jennifer Smithson (Macfarlanes), Catriona Syed (Charles Russell Speechlys), Lisa Vizia (Saffery Champness), Patricia White (Orangefield Legis)

 

Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year

 

GOLD: Camilla Baldwin, Camilla Baldwin Solicitors

SILVER: Stella Mitchell-Voisin, Summit Trust International

BRONZE: Kate Jolly, The Briars Group

 

SHORTLISTED: Camilla Baldwin (Camilla Baldwin Solicitors), Kate Jolly (The Briars Group), Stella Mitchell-Voisin (Summit Trust International)

 

Woman of the Year: Rising Stars

 

GOLD: Annabel Watson, C Hoare & Co

SILVER: Gemma Willingham, Baker & McKenzie

BRONZE: Jessica Fox, Close Brothers Asset Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Jessica Fox (Close Brothers Asset Management), Nadia Kribi (SGPB Hambros), Rhea Lucia-Hennis (Frank Hirth), Charlotte Swing (Cazenove Capital Management), Annabel Watson (C Hoare & Co), Gemma Willingham (Baker & McKenzie)

 

Champion of the Year: Mentoring/Sponsorship Programmes

 

GOLD: Jamie Broderick, UBS

SILVER: James Penny, Barclays

BRONZE: Chris Blampied, RBC Wealth Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Chris Blampied (RBC Wealth Management), Jamie Broderick (UBS), James Penny (Barclays), Andrea Daley Taylor (Trust Corporation International)

 

Inspirational Woman of the Year

 

GOLD: Anne-Marie Piper, Farrer & Co

SILVER: Penny Lovell, Close Brothers Asset Management

BRONZE: Lesley Lintott, Penningtons Manches

 

SHORTLISTED: Gillian Bishop (Family Law in Partnership), Sabila Din (Din Consultants), Belinda Ferre (Bank J Safra Sarasin), Lesley Lintott (Penningtons Manches), Penny Lovell (Close Brothers Asset Management), Anne-Marie Hutchinson (Dawson Cornwell), Anne-Marie Piper (Farrer & Co), Emma Turner (Barclays)

 

Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Equiom

SILVER: Deloitte

BRONZE: BDO

 

SHORTLISTED: BDO, Cazenove Capital Management, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Equiom, Goldman Sachs

 

Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Farrer & Co

SILVER: Maurice Turnor Gardner

BRONZE: Saffery Champness

 

SHORTLISTED: Bird & Bird, Boodle Hatfield, Farrer & Co, Frank Hirth, Maurice Turnor Gardner, Penningtons Manches, Reed Smith, Saffery Champness, Wedlake Bell

 

Company of the Year: Creating Change for Women

 

GOLD: UBS

SILVER: Credit Suisse

BRONZE: Boodle Hatfield

 

SHORTLISTED: Bird & Bird, Boodle Hatfield, Credit Suisse, Stephenson Harwood, UBS

 

Best Employer: Mentoring (Sponsorship Programmes and Working Parents Initiatives)

 

GOLD: KPMG

SILVER: Ernst & Young

BRONZE: Farrer & Co

 

SHORTLISTED: Ernst & Young, Farrer & Co, KPMG, Reed Smith, Bird & Bird

 

Career Achievement Award

Wendy Walton, BDO

 

Editor's Choice Award

Jurga McCluskey, Deloitte

Previous Results

Powerwomen Awards 2017

Woman of the Year: Business Services

 

GOLD: Kate Kirk, Ogier

SILVER: Natasha Chell, Laura Devine 

BRONZE: Ghislaine Perry, Brooks Macdonald

 

SHORTLISTED: Kirsten Burt (UBS Wealth Management), Natasha Chell (Laura Devine Solicitors), Yolanda Garcia Bornand (Zedra), Kate Kirk (Ogier), Siobhan O'Sullivan (JTC Group), Ghislaine Perry (Brooks Macdonald), Annabelle Stewart (Barclays Wealth)

 

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Arabella Henman, Close Brothers Asset Management

SILVER: Mary-Anne Daly, Cazenove Capital

BRONZE: Wendy Martin, EY

 

SHORTLISTED: Catharine Bell (Gowling WLG), Mary-Anne Daly (Cazenove Capital), Arabella Henman (Close Brothers Asset Management), Elizabeth Henson (PwC), Lezley Hodgson (Northern Trust), Wendy Martin (EY), Nicki Shilston (Smith & Williamson), Wendy Walton (BDO), Claire Webster (Deloitte)

 

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Financial Organisation)

 

GOLD: Helen Watson, Rothschild

SILVER: Annamaria Koerling, C Hoare & Co

BRONZE: Melanie Wotherspoon, Rathbone Investment Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Alexandra Altinger (Sandaire), Annabel Bosman (Julius Baer), Dena Brumpton (Barclays Wealth), Nancy Curtin (Close Brothers Asset Management), Pilar Junco (Blackstone), Annamaria Koerling (C Hoare & Co), Rebecca Sturgeon (Quilter Cheviot), Charlotte Thorne (Capital Generation Partners), Helen Watson (Rothschild), Melanie Wotherspoon (Rathbone Investment Management)

 

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Vanessa Schrum, Appleby

SILVER: Amber Melville-Brown, Withers

BRONZE: Clare Archer, Penningtons Manches

 

SHORTLISTED: Clare Archer (Penningtons Manches), Tamara Box (Reed Smith), Michelle Graham (Withers Bergman), Sara Maccallum (Boodle Hatfield), Amber Melville-Brown (Withers), Lisa Spearman (Mercer & Hole), Vanessa Schrum (Appleby)

 

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Professional Services - IFC)

 

GOLD: Sally Edwards, Ogier

SILVER: Sarajane Kempster, RBC Wealth Management

BRONZE: Louise Bracken-Smith, Fairway Trust

 

SHORTLISTED: Louise Bracken-Smith (Fairway Trust), Sally Edwards (Ogier), Patricia Guerra (Meyerlustenberger Lachenal), Melanie Ison (Nerine Trust Company Limited), Sarajane Kempster (RBC Wealth Management), Rachael McDonald (Mourant Ozannes), Kate Ovenden (Bedell Cristin), Alison Parry (Butterfield), Lisa Vizia (Saffery Champness), Michelle Wolfe (Meritus Trust)

 

 

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Camilla Stowell, Coutts

SILVER: Sheila Dean, Equiom

BRONZE: Natasa Williams, LGT Vestra

 

SHORTLISTED: Sheila Dean (Equiom), Fiona Lucas (Credit Suisse), Romina Ronco (Barclays Wealth), Camilla Stowell (Coutts), Sandrine de Vuyst (ING Luxembourg), Susan Ward (UBS Wealth Management), Natasa Williams (LGT Vestra)

 

 

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Deborah Carrivick, Foot Anstey

SILVER: Lisa Vizia, Saffery Champness

BRONZE: Karen Grieve, Volaw

 

SHORTLISTED: Catherine Bedford (Lee & Thompson), Deborah Carrivick (Foot Anstey), Jessica Crane (London & Capital), Andrea Daley Taylor (Trust Corporation International), Karen Grieve (Volaw), Lisa Vizia (Saffery Champness), Patricia White (Vistra)

 

 

Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year

 

GOLD: Mary Waring, Wealth for Women

SILVER: Louise Stoten, New Quadrant Partners

BRONZE: Laura Devine, Laura Devine Solicitors

 

SHORTLISTED: Camilla Baldwin (Camilla Baldwin Solicitors), Laura Devine (Laura Devine Solicitors), Stella Mitchell-Voisin (Summit Trust International), Sophie Rogerson (RFR - The Property Private Office), Louise Stoten (New Quadrant Partners), Mary Waring (Wealth for Women), Julia Warrander (Affinity Private Wealth), Victoria Yates (Ward Yates)

 

 

Inspirational Woman of the Year

 

GOLD: Beatrice Puoti, Burges Salmon

SILVER: Joanne Edwards, Forsters

BRONZE: Hetty Gleave, Hunters Solicitors

 

SHORTLISTED: Farah Ballands (Estera), Joanne Edwards (Forsters), Hetty Gleave (Hunters Solicitors), Flor Kassai (Inflexion Private Equity), Anna Kawalek (First Names Group), Sue Laing (Boodle Hatfield), Jurga McCluskey (Deloitte), Gina Miller (SCM), Beatrice Puoti (Burges Salmon), Helen Watson (Rothschild), Jennifer Wioncek (Bilzin Sumberg)

 

 

Woman of the Year: Rising Stars

 

GOLD: Claire Yorke, Mishcon de Reya

SILVER: Oksana Torbych, Barclays Wealth

BRONZE: Helen Ruelle, Mourant Ozannes

 

SHORTLISTED: Emma Bullock (Saunderson House), Alexia Letort (SG Hambros), Catherine McCormick (BDO), Sophie Rogerson (RFR - The Property Office), Holly Rosier (C Hoare & Co), Helen Ruelle (Mourant Ozannes), Oksana Torbych (Barclays Wealth), Clare Usher-Wilson (Summit Trust International), Annabel Watson (C Hoare & Co), Claire Yorke (Mishcon de Reya)

 

 

Champion of the Year: Mentoring and Sponsorship Programmes

 

GOLD: Penny Lovell, Close Brothers Asset Management

SILVER: Carrie Adams, EY

BRONZE: Jo Bateson, KPMG

 

SHORTLISTED: Carrie Adams (EY), Martin Arnold (Wedlake Bell), Jo Bateson (KPMG), Tamara Box (Reed Smith), Penny Lovell (Close Brothers Asset Management), Joanne Rumley (Foot Anstey), Julian Washington (RBC Wealth Management)

 

 

Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Cazenove Capital

SILVER: Equiom

BRONZE: EY

 

SHORTLISTED: BDO, Cazenove Capital, Deloitte, Equiom, EY, Elian, KPMG, PwC, Smith & Williamson, UBS Wealth Management

 

 

Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Kingsley Napley

SILVER: Boodle Hatfield

BRONZE: Saffery Champness

 

SHORTLISTED: Bedell Cristin, Boodle Hatfield, Kingsley Napley, Penningtons Manches, Reed Smith, Saffery Champness, Wedlake Bell

 

 

Company of the Year: Creating Change for Women

 

GOLD: Mishcon De Reya

SILVER: RBC Wealth Management

BRONZE: BDO

 

SHORTLISTED: Arbuthnot Latham, BDO, Bircham Dyson Bell, C Hoare & Co, CMS Cameron McKenna, Deloitte, Mishcon de Reya, PwC, RBC Wealth Management, UBS Wealth Management

 

 

Best Employer: Mentoring and Sponsorship Programmes

 

GOLD: Baker & McKenzie

SILVER: Farrer & Co

BRONZE: Family Law in Partnership

 

SHORTLISTED: Baker & McKenzie, Cazenove Capital, Charles Russell Speechlys, Credit Suisse, Family Law in Partnership, Farrer & Co, Northern Trust, Withers, 

 

 

Best Employer: Working Parents Initiatives - Successful Impact

 

GOLD: Barclays Wealth

SILVER: RBC Wealth Management

BRONZE: Bircham Dyson Bell

 

SHORTLISTED: Barclays Wealth, Bircham Dyson Bell, Katten Muchin Rosenman, Macfarlanes, McDermot Will & Emery, Penningtons Manches, Pinsent Masons, RBC Wealth Management, Reed Smith, Smith & Williamson

 

 

Best Employer: BME Women

 

GOLD: Citi Private Bank

SILVER: Irwin Mitchell

BRONZE: PwC

 

SHORTLISTED: Citi Private Bank, Fasken Martineau, Irwin Mitchell, Northern Trust, PwC

 

 

Career Achievement Award

Gillian Bishop, Family Law in Partnership

 

 

Editor's Choice Award

Stella Mitchell-Voisin, Summit Trust International

Powerwomen Awards 2016

Boutique Organisation of the Year: Female Leadership

 

GOLD: Laura Devine Solicitors

SILVER: Family Law in Partnership

BRONZE: Benest Corbett Renouf

 

SHORTLISTED: Aqua Group, Family Law in Partnership, Benest Corbett Renouf, Laura Devine Solicitors

 

Woman of the Year: Business Services

 

GOLD: Gail McCourt, RBC Wealth Management

SILVER: Carol-Ann Le Boutillier, Hatstone Lawyers

BRONZE: Beverly Landais, Saunderson House

 

SHORTLISTED: Beverly Landais (Saunderson House), Carol-Ann Le Boutillier (Hatstone Lawyers), Gail McCourt (RBC Wealth Management), Nicola Sawford (Serle Court)

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Paula Higgleton, Deloitte

SILVER: Elizabeth Henson, PwC

BRONZE: Michelle Owen, Barclays

 

SHORTLISTED: Elizabeth Henson (PwC), Paula Higgleton (Deloitte), Lesley Hodgson (Northern Trust), Jurga McCluskey (Deloitte), Michelle Owen (Barclays), Wendy Walton (BDO)

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Financial Organisation)

 

GOLD: Liz Bottomley, Arbuthnot Latham & Co

SILVER: Liz Le Poidevin, RBC Wealth Management

BRONZE: Nancy Curtin, Close Brothers Asset Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Liz Bottomley (Arbuthnot Latham & Co), Nancy Curtin (Close Brothers Asset Management), Louise Hall (Investec), Kate Leppard (Cazenove Capital Management), Liz Le Poidevin (RBC Wealth Management), Ann Marie Vibert (RBC Wealth Management), Sasha Wiggins (Barclays)

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Sandra Davis, Mishcon de Reya

SILVER: Rachel Atkins, Schillings

BRONZE: Eleanor Metcalf, Wedlake Bell

 

SHORTLISTED: Clare Archer (Penningtons Manches), Rachel Atkins (Schillings), Tamara Box (Reed Smith), Laura Dadswell (Penningtons Manches), Sandra Davis (Mishcon de Reya), Frances Hughes (Hughes Fowler Carruthers), Robyn Limmer, (Frank Hirth), Sara Maccallum (Boodle Hatfield), Eleanor Metcalf (Wedlake Bell)

 

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Financial Services)

 

GOLD: Annamaria Koerling, C Hoare & Co

SILVER: Jessica Crane, London & Capital

BRONZE: Julia Warrander, Affinity Wealth Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Jessica Crane (London & Capital), Annamaria Koerling (C Hoare & Co), Julia Warrander (Affinity Wealth Management)

 

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Professional Services - IFC)

 

GOLD: Jessica Roland, Mourant Ozannes

SILVER: Sally Edwards, Ogier

BRONZE: Farah Ballands, Appleby

 

SHORTLISTED: Farah Ballands (Appleby), Barbara Corbett (Benest Corbett Renouf), Sally Edwards (Ogier), Annemarie Hughes (DQ Advocates), Jessica Roland (Mourant Ozannes), Vanessa Schrum (Appleby), Tina Wuestemann (Bär & Karrer)

 

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Helen Jones, BDO

SILVER: Carolyn Steppler, Ernst & Young

BRONZE: Fiona McClafferty, Deloitte Middle East

 

SHORTLISTED: Louise Hartley (Citi Private Bank), Helen Jones (BDO), Fiona McClafferty (Deloitte Middle East), Julia Onslow-Cole, PwC Legal, Sian Steele (PwC), Carolyn Steppler (Ernst & Young)

 

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Fiona Smith, Forsters

SILVER: Pauline Gale, Bedell Trust UK

BRONZE: Catriona Syed, Charles Russell Speechlys

 

SHORTLISTED: Deborah Clark (Mills & Reeve), Pauline Gale (Bedell Trust UK), Caroline Roberjot (Adams & Remers), Fiona Smith (Forsters), Jennifer Smithson (Macfarlanes), Catriona Syed (Charles Russell Speechlys), Lisa Vizia (Saffery Champness), Patricia White (Orangefield Legis)

 

Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year

 

GOLD: Camilla Baldwin, Camilla Baldwin Solicitors

SILVER: Stella Mitchell-Voisin, Summit Trust International

BRONZE: Kate Jolly, The Briars Group

 

SHORTLISTED: Camilla Baldwin (Camilla Baldwin Solicitors), Kate Jolly (The Briars Group), Stella Mitchell-Voisin (Summit Trust International)

 

Woman of the Year: Rising Stars

 

GOLD: Annabel Watson, C Hoare & Co

SILVER: Gemma Willingham, Baker & McKenzie

BRONZE: Jessica Fox, Close Brothers Asset Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Jessica Fox (Close Brothers Asset Management), Nadia Kribi (SGPB Hambros), Rhea Lucia-Hennis (Frank Hirth), Charlotte Swing (Cazenove Capital Management), Annabel Watson (C Hoare & Co), Gemma Willingham (Baker & McKenzie)

 

Champion of the Year: Mentoring/Sponsorship Programmes

 

GOLD: Jamie Broderick, UBS

SILVER: James Penny, Barclays

BRONZE: Chris Blampied, RBC Wealth Management

 

SHORTLISTED: Chris Blampied (RBC Wealth Management), Jamie Broderick (UBS), James Penny (Barclays), Andrea Daley Taylor (Trust Corporation International)

 

Inspirational Woman of the Year

 

GOLD: Anne-Marie Piper, Farrer & Co

SILVER: Penny Lovell, Close Brothers Asset Management

BRONZE: Lesley Lintott, Penningtons Manches

 

SHORTLISTED: Gillian Bishop (Family Law in Partnership), Sabila Din (Din Consultants), Belinda Ferre (Bank J Safra Sarasin), Lesley Lintott (Penningtons Manches), Penny Lovell (Close Brothers Asset Management), Anne-Marie Hutchinson (Dawson Cornwell), Anne-Marie Piper (Farrer & Co), Emma Turner (Barclays)

 

Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Large, Institutional)

 

GOLD: Equiom

SILVER: Deloitte

BRONZE: BDO

 

SHORTLISTED: BDO, Cazenove Capital Management, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Equiom, Goldman Sachs

 

Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Professional Services)

 

GOLD: Farrer & Co

SILVER: Maurice Turnor Gardner

BRONZE: Saffery Champness

 

SHORTLISTED: Bird & Bird, Boodle Hatfield, Farrer & Co, Frank Hirth, Maurice Turnor Gardner, Penningtons Manches, Reed Smith, Saffery Champness, Wedlake Bell

 

Company of the Year: Creating Change for Women

 

GOLD: UBS

SILVER: Credit Suisse

BRONZE: Boodle Hatfield

 

SHORTLISTED: Bird & Bird, Boodle Hatfield, Credit Suisse, Stephenson Harwood, UBS

 

Best Employer: Mentoring (Sponsorship Programmes and Working Parents Initiatives)

 

GOLD: KPMG

SILVER: Ernst & Young

BRONZE: Farrer & Co

 

SHORTLISTED: Ernst & Young, Farrer & Co, KPMG, Reed Smith, Bird & Bird

 

Career Achievement Award

Wendy Walton, BDO

 

Editor's Choice Award

Jurga McCluskey, Deloitte

Power Women Awards 2015

Congratulations to all our winners

Winners

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Large, Institutional)

GOLD: Shona Baijal (Managing Director, Desk Head, UBS Wealth Management)
SILVER: Fiona Lucas (Director, Credit Suisse)
BRONZE: Jo Bateson (Partner, KPMG LLP)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hr_aQHPiJok

SHORTLISTED: Dena Brumpton (Chief Operating Officer, Citi Private Bank), Fiona Lucas (Director, Credit Suisse), Jo Bateson (Partner, KPMG LLP), Shona Baijal (Managing Director, Desk Head, UBS Wealth Management)

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Financial Organisation)

GOLD: Nicole Curti (COO, Stanhope Capital )
SILVER: Jessica Crane (Associate Director, London & Capital)
BRONZE: Ashley Scher (Investment Advisor, MASECO Private Wealth)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9z7cLQ_jmdk

SHORTLISTED: Jessica Crane (Associate Director, London & Capital), Ashley Scher (Investment Advisor, MASECO Private Wealth), Karen Clark (Executive Director, SandAire), Subitha Subramaniam (Chief Economist, Sarasin & Partners), Nicole Curti (COO, Stanhope Capital)

Woman of the Year: Leadership (Professional Services)

GOLD: Sheila Dean (Group Managing Director, Equiom)
SILVER: Tina Wuestemann (Head Private Client, Baer & Karrer)
BRONZE: Deborah Carrivick (Partner, Foot Anstey LLP)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6t4CVwC1GU

SHORTLISTED: Farah Ballands (Partner and Global Head of Fiduciary & Administration Services, Appleby Trust (Jersey) Limited), Tina Wuestemann (Head Private Client, Baer & Karrer), Sara Maccallum (Head of the Private Client & Tax department, Boodle Hatfield), Ruth Robinson (Director and Head of the Boston Family Office, Boston Family Office Management Ltd), Sheila Dean (Group Managing Director, Equiom), Deborah Carrivick (Partner, Foot Anstey LLP), Stella Mitchell Voisin (Founding Partner, Summit Trust International), Ingrid Pierce (Global Managing Partner, Walkers)

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Large, Institutional)

GOLD: Jo Bateson (Partner, KPMG LLP)
SILVER: Louise Hartley (Director, Citi Private Bank)
BRONZE: Dena Brumpton (Chief Operating Officer, Citi Private Bank)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcvZ2kW01VY

SHORTLISTED: Dena Brumpton (Chief Operating Officer, Citi Private Bank), Louise Hartley (Director, Citi Private Bank), Jo Bateson (Partner, KPMG LLP)

Woman of the Year: Business Growth (Professional Services)

GOLD: Kamal Rahman (Head of Immigration, Mishcon de Reya)
SILVER: Davina Katz (Partner & Head of Schillings Family, Schillings)
BRONZE: Lisa Springate (Partner, Bedell Cristin)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9DISYcK7rw

SHORTLISTED: Lisa Springate (Partner, Bedell Cristin), Alison Parry (Executive Director, Butterfield Trust), Sheila Dean (Group Managing Director, Equiom), Kamal Rahman (Head of Immigration, Mishcon de Reya), Sally Edwards (Partner and global Head and Leader, Ogier), Lesley Lintott (Partner, Head of Private Client, Penningtons Manches LLP), Lisa Vizia (Director, Saffery Champness), Davina Katz (Partner & Head of Schillings Family, Schillings)

Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year

GOLD: Laura Devine (Principal, Laura Devine Solicitors)
SILVER: Katherine Rayden (Partner, Rayden Solicitors)
BRONZE: Camilla Baldwin (Founder, Camilla Baldwin Solicitors)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oqJuX_ZCzU

SHORTLISTED: Camilla Baldwin (Founder, Camilla Baldwin Solicitors), Jane Keir (Senior Partner, Kingsley Napley LLP), Laura Devine (Principal, Laura Devine Solicitors), Katherine Rayden (Partner, Rayden Solicitors), Tatiana Svetlova (Solicitor, Svetlova LLP)

Champion of the Year: Mentoring

GOLD: Joanna Blackburn (Head of Employment Department and Board Member, Mishcon de Reya)
SILVER: Ruth Robinson (Director and Head of the Boston Family Office, Boston Family Office Management Ltd)
BRONZE: Andrea Daley Taylor (Director, Trust Corporation International)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbi75oEyzNk

SHORTLISTED: Ruth Robinson (Director and Head of the Boston Family Office, Boston Family Office Management Ltd), Michael Grohman (Managing Partner, Duane Morris), Joanna Blackburn (Head of Employment Department and Board Member, Mishcon de Reya), Andrea Daley Taylor (Director, Trust Corporation International)I

Inspirational Woman of the Year

GOLD: Susan Dunn (Head of Litigation Funding, Harbour Litigation Funding)
SILVER: Amanda Illing (CEO, Hardwicke Chambers)
BRONZE: Michiko Hirono (President and CEO, 21 Lady)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hGoqEK7K6M

SHORTLISTED: Michiko Hirono (President and CEO, 21 Lady), Pallavi Shroff (Competition Law and Litigation Practice, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Company), Charlotte Valeur (Managing Director, GFG Ltd), Susan Dunn (Head of Litigation Funding, Harbour Litigation Funding), Amanda Illing (CEO, Hardwicke Chambers), Tamara Box (Partner, Reed Smith)
Lynne Freeman (Partner, Reed Smith), Stefanie Yuen Thio (Managing Director and Head, Corporate, TSMP Law Corporation)

Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Large, Institutional)

GOLD: UBS
SILVER: Deloitte
BRONZE: Citi Private Bank

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLYcnOgOTkY

SHORTLISTED: Citi Private Bank, Deloitte, KPMG,UBS

Company of the Year: Female Leadership (Professional Services)

GOLD: Aqua Group
SILVER: Kingsley Napley LLP
BRONZE: Saffery Champness

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTixA2B9OAA

SHORTLISTED: Aqua Group, Boodle Hatfield, Camilla Baldwin, Equiom, Kingsley Napley LLP, Saffery Champness, Walkers, Wedlake Bell

Company of the Year: Creating Change for Women

GOLD: Harbour Litigation Funding
SILVER: Addleshaw Goddard
BRONZE: CMS Cameron McKenna

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbcfyxeDcXE

SHORTLISTED: Addleshaw Goddard, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Company, CMS Cameron McKenna, Duane Morris, Fenech & Fenech, Harbour Litigation Funding, TSMP Law Corporation

Lifetime Achievement Award

Lesley Lintott, Penningtons (Partner, Head of Private Client at Penningtons Manches)

Editor's Choice Award

Jane Keir (Senior Partner, Kingsley Napley LLP)