Mail writers scoop more financial awards
Mail journalists again scooped some of the top awards at the 2010 ABI Financial Media Awards. This year the awards celebrated 15 years of excellence in financial journalism representing all sectors of the financial media, including personal finance, city and business, consumer, insurance trade and broadcast journalism. Awards go to the journalist who consistently delivered the most accurate, thought -provoking, original and incisive stories.
Daily Mail Money Mail's James Salmon was named Pensions and Savings Journalist of the Year for his trenchant and insightful work, at all times keeping reader interests to the fore and his colleague Lauren Thompson was named 'up-and-coming' Journalist of the Year, described as "a real star of the future".
At the same ceremony, Financial Mail on Sunday was also well-represented: PF Editor Jeff Prestridge added to his trophy cabinet by taking home the Financial Consumer Champion prize and our highly regarded insurance specialist, Stephen Womack, was voted Personal Finance Journalist of the Year.
In the same week, Daily Mail City Editor, Alex Brummer, was named Best National Journalist by the Society of Pensions Consultants. The SPC brings together Britain's pensions experts, consultants, actuaries, trustees and fund managers under one umbrella.