FSC Awards 2022 winners announced

The winners "reflect the very best work" the industry is doing, CEO says

FSC Awards 2022 winners announced

The winners of the Financial Services Council’s (FSC) 2022 awards have been announced at the council’s first in-person conference since COVID-19 broke out.

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Held at FSC’s Conference Gala Awards Dinner at The Cordis Hotel, Auckland, the Financial Services Council 2022 awards, which received a record number of nominations this year, recognise the outstanding achievements and contributions of people, teams, and businesses across the financial services industry in New Zealand.  

“The FSC’s strategic vision is to grow the financial confidence and wellbeing of New Zealanders, and the finalists and winners… are a testament to the outstanding work that has been done across the industry when it comes to improving consumer outcomes,” FSC CEO Richard Klipin said. “We congratulate all the winners … for your mahi, your passion, and your dedication to financial wellbeing of all New Zealanders.”

The FSC Awards winners 2022 are as follows:

  • Chairman’s Award for Service to the Industry: Russell Hutchinson, Chatswood Consulting
  • Emerging Leader Award: Dean Anderson, Kernel Wealth
  • Team of the Year Award: It Starts With Action Working Group
  • Improving Consumer Outcomes Award: Whai Rawa Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu
  • Governance Award: New Zealand Automobile Association
  • Innovation and Wellbeing Award: AIA New Zealand – Product and Investment Team
  • Workplace Savings Award: Chye Heng, Beca

Also recognised were Partners Life claims team who won Team of the Year Award, and Mercer who bagged the Innovation and Wellbeing Award.

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Klipin said the winners – from growing organisations that have launched new products to established entities that have innovated in times of great change and leaders who continue to shape the industry for the better – “reflect the very best work” the industry is doing.