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Financial Times scoops Institutional Journalism Awards

8 November 2018: The Financial Times took home six gongs at the 2018 State Street Institutional Journalism Awards in London yesterday.

Madison Marriage, the FT's accounting and tax correspondent, was named Breaking News Journalist of the Year for her work to expose sexual harassment at the Presidents Club charity event.

Attracta Mooney, the FT’s Investment correspondent, won the Investment Journalist of the Year category, awarded to the reporter who best demonstrated an all-round understanding of UK and European investment issues. She also won the prize for Regulatory Journalist of the Year, for her work reporting on the changing regulatory landscape for investment in the UK and Europe.

Sophia Imeson, associate editor at Pensions Expert, won the Pensions Journalist of the year category, for her work covering pensions’ developments, institutional investment management and pension policy developments.

Alex Janiaud, a reporter for Pensions Expert, won the Best Newcomer award, for journalists who have spent less than two years in financial journalism.

John Authers won the Award for Outstanding Contributions to Journalism for work done over his 28 years at the Financial Times.

The journalists were honoured at a luncheon in London hosted by Liz Nolan, State Street’s chief executive officer for EMEA and Miles O’Connor, EMEA head of Institutional at State Street Global Advisors.

“With more than 140 entries submitted this year, the awards continue to recognise exceptional journalism and acknowledge the vital role that the press plays in providing information and a platform for opinion, education and debate.” said Nolan. 

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Katrina Fedczuk
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katrina.fedczuk@ft.com

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The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT marks 130 years in 2018 with a record paying readership of more than 940,000, three-quarters of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.