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Voting for the 2017 London Summit Awards today enters its second and final stage. Now voters must choose from a shortlist – in each of the twelve categories, three companies vie for one unique award.
And the finalists are…
Voting for the first stage ended last week, and attendees have received an email explaining how to proceed. First of all, let’s have a look at the finalists in all categories:
Now the time has come for you to have your say. Winners will be announced at the award ceremony at the closing session of the event. Still unsure of what the voting process entails or what these awards mean? We have got you covered.
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Each year, Finance Magnates recognizes the industry’s top-performing companies, bestowing a wide range of honors across twelve different categories. The awards reflect trends and shifts that the FX industry has undergone in the most recent year, and are decided based on votes from industry peers and attendees.
Get out and vote!
Only London Summit registered attendees are able to participate in the voting process. If you have not already done so, please take the time to confirm your attendance and register as soon as possible in order to be able to make your voice heard.
It is important to note that prospective voters need to be registered with their own corporate emails. Delegates who have been registered via the email of an employee will not be able to participate. Voting will last until November 15, at which point the winners will be announced. Full details regarding the voting process itself can be found below:
How can I win?
If your company is already on the newly unveiled short list then your job is to simply convince your industry peers and summit attendees why you are the best in your respective category. We recommend canvassing for your nomination with dedicated infographics and social media posts, which have traditionally encouraged attendees to cast their ballots. Remember to include the summit hashtag #londonsummit17 in your publications and invite your audience to register and vote.