Money Marketing scoops 5 top media awards

Money Marketing won financial B2B title of the year at last night’s prestigious Headlinemoney Awards, the fourth time in a row it has won the award.

As well as picking up the award for best B2B title, MM also won the B2B best use of social media award.

MM’s reporters also had a successful night, with three of the team picking up individual awards.

Regulation reporter Natalie Holt walked away with the award for financial B2B journalist of the year. After landing the rising star crown at last year’s awards, the judges agreed that Natalie is “turning into a really respected financial B2B journalist”.

Pensions reporter Tom Selby won B2B pensions journalist of the year for the second year running. The judges put Tom “way clear of the chasing pack”, when commenting on his “dominance” in his sector.

Mortgage reporter Paul Thomas walked away with the B2B mortgage journalist of the year award. The judges said Paul has a real understanding of the mortgage market and is “difficult to beat” when it comes to breaking mortgage news.

One judge said the MM team “are just journalistically ‘on it’ all the time; they are the complete package in this domain”.

Headlinemoney editor Andrew Michael says: “As usual, the competition has been incredibly fierce across all the various categories. Our online nominations phase, followed by a series of face-to-face judging sessions, means this is an awards programme where the winners are truly judged by their peers.”

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  1. Well done Natalie. I can certainly understand why you won.

  2. Well done Natalie.
    MM might have won 6 were it not for Nic Sickutti

  3. Simon Kershaw 11th May 2012 at 4:40 pm

    What about that other chap? You know, the one who hates IFAs? Nicci, or something?

    Didn’t he win anything?

  4. Terence P.O'Halloran 11th May 2012 at 5:21 pm

    Well done the Money Marketing team. Great job.

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