2023 Awards Opening Soon!
The awards nomination process
The company in which the product, service or individual works must be a member of the Financial Services Council in order to enter the Financial Services Council 2023 Awards.
Entries for the awards can be either self-nominated or nominated by a third party.
The award finalists and winners are decided by an independent panel of industry judges who review and assess each nomination individually. The winners will be announced at the Awards Gala Dinner, Wednesday 16 August at Cordis Hotel, following day one of the FSC’s Conference.
We appreciate all efforts and time required to nominate for an award (whether self-nominated or nominating another).
To find out more about the 2023 Awards
Gala Awards Dinner 2022
The Financial Services Council Awards 2022 recognised the outstanding achievements and contributions of individuals, teams and businesses in the financial services industry and showcased the positive impact made across the sector and New Zealand at large.
We were delighted to announce the winners at the FSC Conference Gala Dinner on Wednesday 21 September 2022.
Kindly supported by PwC New Zealand
FSC. Award Winners 2022
Emerging Leader Award: Dean Anderson, Kernel
This award recognises a young industry professional who has demonstrated outstanding commitment, achievement and passion in the NZ financial services industry over the last 12 months.
Workplace Savings Award: Chye Heng, Beca
This award recognises an individual in the Workplace Savings community who has demonstrated innovation, performance and respect within the industry.
Team of the Year Award: It Starts With Action working group
This award is open to any team operating in the Financial Services Sector in NZ.
Improving Consumer Outcomes Award: Whai Rawa Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu
Governance: New Zealand Automobile Association
Innovation and Wellbeing Award: AIA New Zealand - Products and Investments team
This award recognises excellence by an organisation in relation to the wellbeing of clients, staff and the NZ community, as well as on broader diversity and inclusion initiatives.