Helen Bunker shortlisted for Powerwomen Award

Posted on 11th November 2022

Blake Morgan Partner Helen Bunker has been shortlisted for ‘Woman of the Year’ in professional services at the Powerwomen Awards 2023.

Helen is Head of Private Client at the leading law firm and one of nine shortlisted for the award.

This is the 12th year of the Citywealth Powerwomen Awards, which has been set up to champion women in the wealth sector and highlight the female leaders of today and tomorrow.

The awards spotlight individuals and companies who support female leadership, caregiving responsibilities and celebrate diversity.

Helen’s shortlisting recognises her outstanding contribution to initiatives both inside and outside of Blake Morgan that look to promote women as well as helping others with their career progression. Helen is a key member of Blake Morgan’s business forum, Investing in Success, and a supporter of the Women in Leadership forum, as well as the Women’s Prize for Fiction, which Blake Morgan is a proud partner of. This is alongside Helen’s work in overseeing the growth of the firm’s private client business group.

Winners will be announced in an awards ceremony on 1 March 2023 in London. Online voting counts for 10% of the vote with the judges vote counting for 90%. You can find out more information here and vote for Helen here. You cannot vote for your organisation or colleague.

Helen Bunker, Head of Private Client at Blake Morgan

Helen Bunker, Head of Private Client at Blake Morgan.

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