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Financial Services Council launch new Industry Awards

Media Release

19 June 2017

Financial Services Council launch new Industry Awards– showcasing innovation, excellence and consumer-focus

The Financial Services Council today launch their industry awards. Financial Services Council Chief Executive Richard Klipin said, ‘These awards showcase excellence in our industry and give us all a chance to celebrate success and learn from our peers.’

The awards will be presented at a gala dinner on the first night of the inaugural Financial Services Council and Workplace Savings national conference. The two-day conference aims to showcase the big issues facing the sector as well as challenging and inspiring delegates to Navigate the Change in their worlds.

‘The conference will provide a great opportunity to gain insight from industry leaders, share best practice and connect with the financial services community. The industry is going through rapid change and consumers demand more from our sector every year. The awards will recognise those individuals who have made a tangible difference to our consumers, community and industry.’ said Klipin

The brand new FSC awards uncover and recognise leaders in the industry. Showcasing innovation, excellence and consumer-focus, the award categories are:

• Rising Star Award

• Innovation Award

• Shaping the Future Award

• Diversity Award

For more information on the awards, including how to enter, visit

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