Voting for the ‘Personal Finance Journalist of the Year’ in our British Bank Awards 2022 is now open!

Introduced for the first time in 2021, the Personal Finance Journalist category saw Amelia Murray, reporter on the Daily Mail’s Money Mail pages crowned as winner, with one voter describing her work as: "Tirelessly providing a voice to consumers and a conscience to the industry; everybody wins."

Commenting on the category, Jacqueline Dewey, Chief Executive of Smart Money People said: 

“Journalists play a vital role in shedding light on the good and bad in financial services, and helping customers be more informed before making a purchase. The work they do campaigning on behalf of their readers to ensure customers receive better outcomes is invaluable, and so we believe it’s important to recognise the work they do with our Personal Finance Journalist of the Year category within the British Bank Awards.”

How you can vote for your favourite journalist:

The British Bank Awards are voted for by those who benefit from the work of our nominees, and in this case, it’s you - the readers.

To vote for your favourite journalist, visit our voting page: and leave their name and tell us why you think they should win!

All votes will be included in the British Bank Awards 2022 prize draw to win £1,000 (T&Cs apply).