Last chance to register for IW's Women in Investment Awards 2020: Join us today at 1pm

Good luck to all our finalists

Katrina Lloyd
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This year's ceremony saw a record number of entries
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This year's ceremony saw a record number of entries

Investment Week is delighted to invite you to register to watch our special virtual awards show for the fourth annual Women in Investment Awards, in association with HSBC Global Asset Management.

The winners will be announced during the ceremony at 1pm on Tuesday 8 December and you can register to watch here.  We would urge you to sign up to watch the show if you have a finalist in your team to help support the amazing women in our industry shortlisted this year. You can view all the finalists here.  During the ceremony, you will have the chance to network with everyone else in the networking chat function and you will also be able to talk privately to people from your company who will be on the same virtual table as you. We are also asking participants to share their messa...

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