The 2019 Women in Investment Awards were held at London's Finsbury Square.
Kicking off this year's event was Investment Week editor-in-chief Katrina Lloyd.
Next up was Sarah Bates, chairwoman of the Awards' chosen charity, The Diversity Project Charity.
Our guest speaker was rower and adventurer Debra Searle, who in 2002 rowed across the Atlantic Ocean alone after her then husband was forced to abandon the trip.
And bringing in some fighting spirit was impressionist and actress Jan Ravens.
So with the drinks in full flow, enjoy the highlights from this year's Women in Investment Awards.
A star-studded line-up welcomed in this year's Women in Investment Awards, which took place in central London last night.
The awards, held in partnership with HSBC Global Asset Management, celebrated the achievements of women in a sector where they are currently under-represented, particularly at senior level.
Following the opening speech from Investment Week editor-in-chief Katrina Lloyd, the Awards welcomed Sarah Bates, chairwoman of this year's chosen charity The Diversity Project Charity.
Up next was rower and adventurer Debra Searle, who made headlines in 2002 after she rowed 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean alone after her then husband was forced to abandon the trip.
Rounding off the line-up was Dead Ringers impressionist and actress Jan Ravens, who also presented the awards to this year's winners.
Check out the best moments from the Women in Investment Awards in the gallery above.
Click here for a full list of winners and click here to see our highlights video.