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Hat-trick of top awards for MM

Money Marketing has been voted the best life insurance trade publication for a staggering third successive year by the press offices of member firms of the Association of British Insurers.


Darren Behar, Money Marketing news editor, picked up the award for best journalist writing for a life insurance trade publication at the ABI&#39s annual media awards dinner in London&#39s Hilton Hotel last week.


Editor Stephen McDowell, says: “To win this award three years in a row is a marvellous achievement and congratulations go to the whole team at Money Marketing although special recognition must go to Darren.”


The news comes just weeks after a survey of 449 IFAs aboard the 1998 PIMS conference showed Money Marketing topped every category in the annual readership research, making us, again for the third year running, the key IFAs&#39 favourite read.


Categories included most trusted newspaper, best read, readership, news cov- erage, most useful title, comparative product coverage and most reliable, credible and authoritative.

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