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Judging panel 2021

Chair of the judges: Adam Cadle, Editor, MoneyAge
David Butcher, Founder & Director, Communications and Content
Terri-Ann Humphreys, Development Director, Society of Later Life Advisers
Carol Knight, Chief Operations Officer, TISA
Robert Sinclair, Chief Executive, AMI and AFB

Image titleChair of the judges: Adam Cadle, Editor, MoneyAge
Adam Cadle is a business and finance journalist with ten years’ experience, and is currently the editor of MoneyAge and Insurance Asset Management. He has extensive experience of writing about the UK pensions space having previously worked as deputy editor on Pensions Age and European Pensions, as well as in depth knowledge of the global insurance asset management arena. Adam has chaired a number of judging panels and conferences over the years, both in the personal finance and insurance asset management spaces. He is a graduate from Sussex University with a BA honours in French and History and is NCTJ qualified.

Image titleDavid Butcher, Founder & Director, Communications and Content
David Butcher is a communications professional with a long experience of adding enterprise value through engaging messaging, thought leadership and reputation management. He is managing director of Communications and Content – a specialist communications consultancy for investment and financial brands – and has worked in the sector for nearly 25 years. He started his career in specialist consultancies, such as Lansons, advising companies on strategic and tactical issues, and held a number of senior roles at blue chip investment businesses, including Fidelity International and M&G Investments. He writes regularly on financial communications in the trade media.

Image titleTerri-Ann Humphreys, Development Director, Society of Later Life Advisers
Terri-Ann worked for over 30 years in financial serves and continues to support the development of the membership of SOLLA. Prior to being the Development Director at SOLLA, some of her other roles included Development Director at the Pensions Management Institute and Head of Marketing at Buck Consultants, UBS Global Asset Management and LCP. Before joining the financial services industry, she worked in television and began her career BP Oil.


Image titleCarol Knight, Chief Operations Officer, TISA
Carol Knight B.Ed. Hons is Chief Operations Officer and Company Secretary at TISA. She has been in financial services for over 20 years, having previously worked in variety of industries, including local government, the Civil Service and the gaming industry. Carol joined TISA in 2004 and has been responsible for the day-to-day running of the Association’s administration centre, technical support, member communications, expanding the events and training programme and technical issues in the cash savings sector. In 2009, she also took on the role of Company Secretary. Carol joined the TISA Board as Operations Director in July 2011, extending her responsibilities to include finance. This was swiftly followed by taking a position as Executive Director for TISA Exchange. In August 2015, Carol became Chief Operations Officer for TISA, supporting the Director General with the general running of the company and with personal responsibilities for business development, administration, HR and finance together with acting as TISA spokesman for the media and at functions. Carol currently sits on the Examination Board of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investments (CISI) and is a Trustee on the board of MyBnk.

Image titleRobert Sinclair, Chief Executive, AMI and AFB
Robert helped establish the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI) as an independent entity on 1 February 2012. Robert joined the former parent trade body, AIFA, in October 2006, initially looking after the Association of Finance Brokers and since 2008, AMI. He looks after the day-to-day running of AMI and AFB by lobbying government, regulators and other policy-makers, liaising with fellow trade bodies and briefing the national and trade press. He brings a wealth of industry experience to the trade body having held a number of front line sales roles in personal, private and corporate banking combined with experience in marketing, training and internal audit with both HSBC and Santander. Robert is also a non-executive director of the Buckinghamshire Building Society and advises the Bank of England as a member of the Residential Property Forum.

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