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Industry awards open for nominations

31 July 2018

Celebrating good consumer outcomes and industry conduct, the annual Financial Services Council and Workplace Savings NZ awards are open for nominations.

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 quality of those nominated last year shows the talent in our people, and this year’s awards aim to lift the bar even higher’.

The Financial Services Council awards celebrate individuals who are truly making a difference for the financial services industry and the broader NZ community. Categories are Rising Star, Innovation, Shaping the Future and Diversity.

The Workplace Savings NZ awards showcase communications that are driving better consumer outcomes. Categories are Product Disclosure of the Year, Most Innovative Communication, Best Overall KiwiSaver Member Experience and the Workplace Savings Excellence in Communication Award.

The awards will be presented at a gala dinner on 6 September 2018 - the first night of the Financial Services Council and Workplace Savings ‘Shaping Futures’ conference.

Mr Klipin said ‘We’re excited this year to recognise those who are truly making a difference to our industry and our customers. We look forward to celebrating with the winners, and learning how we can shape a stronger, customer-focussed, future for our industry.’

For more information on the awards, including how to enter, visit www.shapingfutures.co.nz

Nominations are open until 10 August.

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