Annual Members’ Dinner and Marketing Effectiveness Awards 2019
Great Hall, Guildhall, Gresham Street, London, EC2V 7HH
21 November 2019, 18.30 – 00.30
The Financial Services Forum Annual Members’ Dinner and Awards evening is a wonderful chance to meet Members, entertain colleagues or clients, and celebrate success in our Awards for Marketing Effectiveness.
One of the highlights of The Forum’s calendar, this black-tie event provides a rare opportunity to experience one of London’s most exclusive and prestigious venues – the City of London Guildhall.
As with previous years, we anticipate being oversubscribed. Tables and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served, basis, with premium tables available at an additional cost. You do not need to be a Member of The Forum to attend or book a table.
As well as a keynote speaker, the evening will include presentation of The Financial Services Forum Awards for Marketing Effectiveness. We will also make the presentation for the financial services Marketer of the Year, Young Marketer of the Year, and Agency of the Year.
The event starts with a champagne reception at 18:30 and closes at 00:30 with carriages by 00:45.
Individual places at £375 + VAT per place.
Tables of ten available at £3,600 + VAT per table
Tables of twelve available at £3,750 + VAT per table
All costs for food and drink are included in the cover price.
To reserve your places, please contact Richard Nolan on 0203 657 9892.
For Awards and Dinner sponsorship opportunities, please email Malcolm Dunn, or call 0203 657 9891.
Construction of the present Guildhall began in 1411 and, having survived both the Great Fire of London and the Blitz, it is the only secular stone structure dating from before 1666 still standing in the City.
The Great Hall is the third largest civic hall in England, where royalty and state visitors have been entertained through the centuries. It has been the setting for famous state trials, including that of Lady Jane Grey in 1553.
The imposing medieval hall has stained glass windows and several monuments to national heroes including Admiral Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington and Sir Winston Churchill.