The 20th annual International Investment Awards ceremony took place on Wednesday 16 October 2019, at Gibson Hall in London. We'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended and a massive congratulations to those shortlisted, awarded highly commended and of course the winners!
The awards, now in their 20th year, are the longest running of their kind. International Investment is relaunching the event as part of celebrations to mark its 20th anniversary in October.
Alongside a new identity and new categories comes a change of name, with the International Fund and Product Awards being simplified to the International Investment Awards. The new name will enable us to better launch categories and ensure this global event properly reflects the diversity and breadth of the industry it serves.
Winning, or even being shortlisted for one of the prestigious accolades provides a number of benefits, including:
- Increased credibility - As the longest running awards of their kind, winning the International Investment Awards is a great way of increasing your businesses credibility to your client and competitors
- Marketing opportunities - Hosted by an industry leading brand, International Investment, means that even being shortlisted can improve your brand awareness and promote your business - news about the awards are publicised across our website, email newsletters and social media channels
- Benchmarking - Our entry process requires you to answer certain questions about your business and its activity over the past 12 months which can be a fantastic, and often overlooked, opportunity to look at your business from a different perspective.
- Internal motivation - Winning an award can help to recognise the hard work and achievements of your employees, improving staff morale and motivation. It can also help to attract new talent to your business.
We are pleased to announce that Suzi Ruffell will be the host at the awards ceremony on 16th October.
Regarded as one of best up and coming acts, Suzi was nominated for the Best Breakthrough Act at The Chortle Awards in 2017. Lauded as ‘a real stand up gem' by The Guardian this young independent woman celebrates her working class roots with a sideways look at the world.
Video highlights from last year's event: