The AIC announces the winners of its 2018 media awards.
The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) last night announced the winners of the AIC Media Awards 2018. The awards recognise the journalists who have best educated private investors and financial advisers about investment companies and are voted for by AIC members, their managers, brokers and analysts.
The winners are:
|Best National Journalist
|Best Trade Journalist
|Best Freelance Journalist
|Best Financial Consumer Journalist
|Best Regional Journalist
|Best Online Journalist
|Best Broadcast Journalist
|Best VCT Journalist
|Best Use of Social Media
Ian Sayers, Chief Executive of the Association of Investment Companies, said: “These awards celebrate the journalists who have best informed private investors and advisers about investment companies. They have achieved this in many different and creative ways and I would like to congratulate and thank them for all their hard work.”
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- The Association of Investment Companies (AIC) was founded in 1932 to represent the interests of the investment trust industry – the oldest form of collective investment. Today, the AIC represents a broad range of closed-ended investment companies, incorporating investment trusts and other closed-ended investment companies and VCTs. The AIC’s members believe that the industry is best served if it is united and speaks with one voice. The AIC’s mission statement is to help members add value for shareholders over the longer term. The AIC has 354 members and the industry has total assets of approximately £188 billion.
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