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Hat-trick for Money Marketing at ABI awards

Money Marketing scored another hat-trick at the 10th annual Association of British insurers’ awards ceremony last Wednesday evening.

MM was voted best financial trade publication, reporter Andrea Tryphonides was named best life insur- ance trade journalist of the year and editor John Lappin picked up an award for excellence in financial trade journalism.

At April’s Headline Money awards, MM won its third consecutive prize for trade media team of the year, deputy editor John Greenwood was named trade media journalist of the year and Tryphonides won the award for trade media rising star.

The ABI ceremony last week was hosted by Private Eye editor Ian Hislop and was held at London’s InterContinental Hotel before an audience of 450 industry representatives. The Sunday Times’ William Kay won the award for lifetime achievement in financial journalism while the 10th anniversary was marked by a prize for consumer champion to Jessica Gorst Williams.

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