Finura selected as a finalist in the Chartered Insurance Institute Public Trust Awards

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We are delighted to announce that Finura has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Building Public Trust Consumer Marketing & Awareness Award in the Chartered Insurance Institute Public Trust Awards 2021.

The Public Trust Awards reflect the CII’s purpose to build public trust and recognise work in the public arena by key individuals and companies going that extra mile to promote professionalism and drive forward the public trust agenda.

The awards are made up of six categories and the awarding panel is made up of market professionals, who consider a range of nominations from across the market.

The award we are shortlisted for will be given to an insurance or finance services company for PR and marketing activity that educated and encouraged Clients to take action to improve their financial resilience.

The winners will be announced during the first ever virtual Public Trust Awards on Thursday 24th June.

More information on the awards can be found here, together with a link to register to view the awards.

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