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Money Marketing scoops ABI prizes

Money Marketing won the life insurance/pensions trade publication of the year prize for the second time in a row at the ABI&#39s annual Financial Media Awards this week.

Held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, the awards honoured both past and present MM staff, with former deputy news editor Rachel Stevenson – now with the Independent – winning best trade journalist for her work on MM.

Also shortlisted for the award was MM politics and regulation reporter Corey Boles.

BBC personal finance reporter Andrew Verity, another MM alumni, won the personal finance broadcaster of the year award while MM founder Roger Anderson won the lifetime achievement in personal finance journalism award.

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