Truly Independent announce four finalists and a winner at the 2021 Professional Adviser’s Women in Financial Advice Awards.

Mary Hemingway picked up the award for Financial Adviser of the year in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Winning awards is nothing new to Mary who also won the award for Unbiased’s Financial Adviser of the year at the Unbiased Trusted Professional Awards 2020.

Upon receiving the award Mary said: “It’s an absolute honour to have been given this award, I love what I do and it feels great that my passion has been recognised. Being alongside the other 3 amazing finalists from Truly, Jane, Emily and Katie has also been a huge pleasure.”

The award is now in its 5th year and is designed to celebrate the achievements of women working within the financial advice community and also the broader financial services sector in the UK.

Andrew Goodwin, Managing Director of Truly Independent said: “I’m extremely proud of all our finalists this evening. Receiving four nominations and a winner is a brilliant achievement, and demonstrates how supportive we are as a company when it comes to encouraging women in financial services.”


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