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PFM Partnership Awards 2019 finalists confirmed

07 June 2019

This year’s finalists for the PFM Awards Partnership categories have now been confirmed, signalling the start of the next phase of the judging process.

Entry forms and the full entries will now be shared with the judging team for each category for them to agree a time to visit each site between now and the end of September.

The full list of PFM Partnership Awards finalists can be viewed on the awards' dedicated website, which can be accessed here, or by clicking on www.pfmawards.co.uk/news

All finalists have also been invited to submit their nominations for a non-managerial member of staff for the Partnership Team Member category, who will be interviewed on the same day of the judges’ visit.

Those wishing to enter the Account Manager of the Year and Young Leader of the Year have until 15 July to submit their applications, with nominations for the Peter Middup Lifetime Achievement in FM award due by 17 August.

This year’s awards will be presented at The Brewery in London on the evening of 6 November.

The PFM Partnership Awards judging process continues to follow the same process established 26 years ago, when the initiative was first launched.

Independent judges, the majority of whom are client-side FMs, visit the site of each finalist within the Partnership categories to determine which displays the highest level of collaborative working.

Once all the visits have been completed, the judges meet in central London in early October to decide the winners.

This process is designed to provide the highest levels of integrity to ensure that the most deserving finalists receive the winning trophy during the presentation ceremony in November.


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