It has always been The Mail on Sunday's aim to provide authoritative and accessible financial information to a wide audience. Our business and finance content is housed within the main newspaper, sitting within the news environment to allow later deadlines for breaking news items and story development.
Compiled by our award-winning team of journalists, the section focuses on the City and business markets and the constantly changing world of individual finance with an emphasis on wealth management. The Financial Mail brand is well-established as a major player in the marketplace, renowned for topical and campaigning editorial and we intend to continue to build upon this good reputation.
The 2011 awards season has seen multiple awards for PF Editor Jeff Prestridge - most notably named Consumer Journalist of the Year by financial website headlinemoney.co.uk plus plaudits for writers Jo Thornhill and Stephen Womack.
The Financial Mail Women's Forum offers opportunities for women at the very top of their respective professions to make new contacts, exchange ideas and forge business alliances.
Unlike single sector groups, the Forum offers its membership the distinction of drawing together senior women from all parts of industry and commerce, from the City and public service, the professions, politics and e-commerce.
The Forum has set up a unique mentoring initiative to help female entrepreneurs and boost their chances of long term success: a topflight advisory board of 80 of the country's most powerful and influential women to act as troubleshooters for start-ups and developing businesses. Forum founder and editor of Financial Mail Lisa Buckingham's tireless work on behalf of women was recognised this year with an OBE.
Our digital division publishes Thisismoney.co.uk, the UK's leading financial news and advice website.
|Brad Young Manager, Finance & Ents 020 3615 0364 email@example.com|