Now in its seventh year, the awards recognise individuals and companies who support female leadership and celebrate diversity. It aims to maximise the potential of women in the wealth sector, and also creates a platform for best practice sharing to collectively be a positive social influence on the sector.
Apart from the two awards wins, Particia White, Managing Director of Vistra Guernsey, and Heba Al Emara, Managing Director of Vistra Middle East, have been shortlisted for “Woman of the Year – Business Growth (Large, Institutional)” and “Woman of the Year – Future Leaders (Partner, Director)” respectively.
The initial shortlist was based on submissions, judges’ recommendation and editorial research, and the winners were chosen based on numbers of votes received by industry professionals.
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