UK - The women's IFA Group is inviting nominations for its third IFA Woman of the Year Award.
The award, which recognises the growing success of female IFAs, will be presented at a gala dinner in London in January.
The IFA Woman of the Year must prove she is technically first rate and able to apply her knowledge; think holistically, communicate clearly, be confident, effective, professional and understand broader industry issues.
She must demonstrate a balance between her business and personal life.Last year’s winner Yvonne Goodwin said: “Winning the award propelled me into the limelight, awe-struck that I was acknowledged for excelling in my chosen career.”
Candidates can be nominated or enter themselves on the WIG website at www.womensifagroup.co.uk. The closing date for nominations is September 30.
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