2014 MAX Award Winners and FinalistsBY MICHELLE BALTAZAR | MONDAY, 23 JUN 2014 9:40AM
Leading financial services companies and individuals received accolades at the annual MAX industry excellence awards.Read more: Year, Australia, Financial Standard, Retirement Lifestyle Solutions, Digital Marketing Campaign, GFC, Integrated Campaign, MAX award winners, Power, Social Media Campaign, Sydney, Christopher Page, First State Super Finalists a?c hostplus.com, MAX Winners, Product Innovation, April 1, Asia Pacific Head, a?c Commonwealth Bank, a?c PIMCO/EQT - Australian Focus Fund a?c Tyndall Asset Management - Coo-ee, Beames & Associates, Better Life campaign, BNP Paribas a?c ifminvestors.com - IFM Investors, Campaign a?c MLC, Challenger - Care Annuity a?c CommInsure - Update Magazine, Consumer Division Winner - Challenger - Retirement, Consumer Division Winner - Vanguard - Smart, Development program, Doltone House, Efficiency a?c Franklin Templeton - Gain, Evalesco Financial Services, Finalists a?c Challenger - Retirement, Finance Finalists a?c BetaShares - Growth, Financial Planning Winner - wealthenhancers.com, Financial Standard readers, Future a?c MLC, GDP, General, HostPlus a?c mediasuper.com, Hyde Park, Investment Solutions Group, JBS Financial Strategists, JPM Financial Planning Best Website, Life a?c Colonial First State, March 31, Mark Wills, MAX Awards, Media Super a?c superthinking.com - Mercer a?c saveretirement.com, Our Perspective a?c Macquarie - Discover, Paper Finalists a?c BT Financial Group - BT Super, PIMCO a?c tyndall.com, Product Showcase section, Professional Learning, Rainmaker Automated Mailing System, Retirement a?c NAB Private Wealth - Art Month Best Marketing Communications, Retirement a?c Sunsuper, State Street Global Advisors, Trade Division Winner - AMP - Own Tomorrow Finalists a?c Colonial First State, Trade Division Winner - CFA Institute - Future, Tyndall Asset Management Best Marketing Communications, Update Online a?c MLC - Inflation Plus Best Advertising Campaign, Voting Works The awards, Wednesday, Zurich Financial Services Australia
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