Risk Awards

The Risk Awards are the longest-running awards of their kind and are widely recognised as the most prestigious for firms and individuals in our markets.

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Risk Awards 2023

♦♦ PITCHES SUBMISSION IS NOW CLOSED ♦♦

Pitch meetings will take place between September and October 2022

 

 

Brand recognition

Differentiate your firm from your competitors and tell us why you or your team members are the best

Thought leadership

Position your company at the forefront of the market

Celebrate your team

Recognise the hard work and achievements of your team

WELCOME TO THE RISK AWARDS

The Risk Awards are the longest-running and most prestigious awards for firms and individuals involved in risk transfer markets and in risk management.

The judging process takes three months, from the submission of pitch documents, to dozens of off-the-record meetings, and concludes with a due diligence phase in which clients are canvassed (also off the record) for their views on shortlisted firms.

All decisions are made by Risk’s editorial team – and each decision is explained in detail on Risk.net. This year’s roll of honor, and the accompanying articles, can be found here.

This year’s 27 categories include awards for market-making in rates, foreign exchange, equities and other products and asset classes. They also recognise excellence in bank and buy side risk management, and the crucial role played in these markets by clearing houses, exchanges, trading platforms, prime brokers, and others.

 

Here are the key dates:    

  • PITCHES were due August 5 - pitches submission is now closed
  • PITCH MEETINGS will be conducted in September and October
  • DECISIONS will be made in November
  • WINNERS will be announced in early 2023

Risk.net Awards

Did you know that Risk.net hosts a whole series of awards globally? Take a look at the list below and sign up to receive updates and notifications of when entries open. You have to be in it to win it!

If you would like more information on how to enter please contact:

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Duncan Wood

Global editorial director