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Andy Davis has been named Personal Financial Journalist of the Year 2011 for his work in Prospect.

By Andy Davis   June 2012

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Andy Davis has been named Personal Financial Journalist of the Year 2011 for his work in Prospect. Judges of the Harold Wincott Awards for financial journalism and broadcasting commended his authenticity in discussing his management of his and his family’s finances. They also complimented Prospect on its personal finance coverage “which included the unlikely sight of John Kay acting as Max Hastings’ personal finance advisor.” Davis shares the award with Jessica Gorst-Williams of the Telegraph.

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