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Who will win the financial &#39Oscars&#39?

Money Marketing is holding our annual awards bash – the “Oscars” of financial services – at the Grosvenor House Hotel on March 6.

The event is expected to attract 1,200 guests and will be hosted by TV presenter Jonathan Ross, who will oversee the presentation of awards sponsored by product providers across the industry.

Launched in 1990 to reward excellence across the financial services sector, the awards now attract over 400 entries for nine categories from IFAs, networks and services providers and product providers.

The evening will wind up with a performance from Jools Holland&#39s Big Band.

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