Awards handed out

Friday, September 7th 2018, 3:51PM

Financial Services Council and Workplace Savings handed out their annual awards at its recent conference.

This year, the focus was ‘Shaping Futures’, and the judges looked for how award nominees were championing consumers and innovation in the sector for each of the award categories.

FSC chairman Rob Flanagan said “It’s important that we take the time to celebrate the rising stars of our industry and, this year, it was particularly difficult to pick winners from such a high calibre of nominations.”

WSNZ Chairman and judge, David Biegel, said “These best practice awards demonstrate the effort and dedication those in the industry put into improving communication. Many congratulations to all the nominees and to this year’s winners.”

The WSNZ award winners

Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) of the Year
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu for Whai Rawa PDS 2017
For the best product disclosure statement by a corporate, master trust, industry or KiwiSaver scheme.

Most Innovative Communication
ANZ New Zealand Investments for KiwiSaver Member Statements

For the most inspiring communication in 2016/17. A change that has made a true difference to consumers and the industry.

Best Overall KiwiSaver Member Experience 
AMP for Fast Forward
For the best consumer experience on a KiwiSaver product, communication or service.

Workplace Savings Excellence in Communication
ANZ New Zealand Investments Limited

Overall winner demonstrating simple, easy-to-read, consumer-focussed communication.

The FSC award winners

Rising Star Award – Jenn Dobinson, AMP
For an individual who has shown tangible growth and development over the previous 12-months, making a real difference to the industry while early in their career.

Innovation Award – Peter Kenny, AMP
For an individual who has proactively taken the initiative to lift professionalism in the industry by addressing a big industry issue or industry challenge.

Shaping the Future Award – Ben Rose, nib
For an individual who has consistently demonstrated industry leadership, proactively advocating for market change and a future focus.

Diversity Award – Treena Jordan, AIA New Zealand
For an individual who walks the talk when it comes to diversity. A person who is passionate about making a difference on any aspect of diversity both within and beyond the workplace.

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