2020 PFI Awards Now Open

Our search for the best in luxury Property, Finance and Investment has begun.

By Robb Report 08/09/2020

Robb Report is excited to announce the launch of its inaugural Property, Finance and Investment Awards – set to highlight and herald the ‘Top 5’ individuals, businesses and properties across 10 local luxury sectors.

The prestigious collection of award winners will be announced as part of Robb Report’s dedicated Property, Finance and Investment (PFI) issue, on sale November 5. They will be further supported and promoted across our unique and targeted channels.

The 2020 PFI Award categories:

  1. Luxury Apartments
  2. Luxury Homes
  3. Property Agents & Advisors
  4. Architects
  5. Interior Designers
  6. Private Equity Firms
  7. Wealth Advisors
  8. Investment Banks
  9. Sustainability
  10. Innovation

“Against the ongoing backdrop of COVID – and we in no way look to diminish the arduous effects it has had on so many – the PFI Awards are acknowledgement of the stoicism, determination and achievement of many of the industries and individuals we work with closely at Robb Report,” says Richard Clune, editor in chief.

“Perseverance is invaluable and central to driving a sense of normality – and right now it’s very much necessary. It’s why I’m proud to push forward with all that we’re doing at Robb Report and as part of that, to officially launch the 2020 PFI Awards and the associated positivity they’re set to deliver.”

More information and PFI Award entry details can be found via the below link.

www.rr1au.com/pfiawards

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