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An award that seeks to highlight a woman who has sought to champion, in any capacity, the needs of women in her workplace or more widely within the industry.
An award for a woman who has shown outstanding, board level leadership - encompassing strategic, process, communication skills and evidenced by results in the firm she works for.
An award for an individual - woman or man - who has helped one or more individuals in the organisation they work for.
An award for the firm that demonstrates an outstanding commitment to the welfare of women in their workplace.
An award for a female pioneer in any area within the credit sector, or serving it, who has successfully brought something new to the market.
An award for a woman who has demonstrated achievements that have brought something new to the organisation she works for.
An award for an individual who has made a significant impact in her career and will leave a lasting legacy, whether in her own firm or in the wider industry, from work that goes beyond the call of duty.
An award for an individual - woman or man - who has worked to develop the potential of female mentees which has had a major impact on career development and personal growth of their charges.
An award for an individual of any gender who has been through the challenges of returning back to work during and after parental leave.
An award for a woman who has worked for less than five years in the industry who has made a significant impact in her organisation in a short period of time.
An award for a woman who has shown exceptional ability leading a functional team of any size with outstanding results – financial or otherwise - for the firm she works for.
An award for an individual who has made a special contribution to the team they work in which has had an impact on the team and/or wider organisation.
An award for a woman who has led a change for the firm she works for that has significantly bettered how the business previously operated.
An award for the overall winner of the programme and is for a woman who doesn’t necessarily fit any of the other categories but who has served as a role model for other woman in both her own firm and / or the wider industry or her community.