The Finance for the Future Awards highlight good business practices internationally by recognising the roles which the finance function within organisations, and the wider finance community, play in helping to build resilient organisations through embedding sustainability into their decision making.
How to enter for an Award
Initial entry is by submission of a completed entry form available on each of the six award categories mentioned below.
The form can be completed online or by downloading a word document version and submitting it by email. There is a word limit for each of the questions. You will need to log in or register on the website.
Who can enter?
The awards are free to enter and open to all individuals and organisations globally, including businesses, charities, social enterprises and those in the public sector.
Entrants may enter multiple categories (Large business and Communicating integrated thinking categories for example) but the projects or initiatives entered must be different for each category. If you are unclear about which category to enter, please contact Aude Bezler. If the assessment team believe it is more appropriate to include your application in a different category, they will contact you to discuss its proposed reallocation.
Download the entry guide which provides you with all the information you need to know about the awards, including key dates and the details of the assessment process.
Deadline for entry is midnight (UK time) on Friday 5 May 2017.
Communicating integrated thinking This award is for organisations that are demonstrating clearly, through communicating to their providers of financial capital, how sustainability, in its broadest sense, is embedded into their overall strategy and decision-making process and how this ‘integrated thinking’ is contributing to a sustainable business model which delivers long term value.
Investing and financing This award is open to the investor and capital markets communities. This includes organisations that oversee, develop or advise on financial products and services AND investors that have driven investment in sustainable outcomes that deliver long term value across capital markets. e.g. investment firms, asset management firms, banks, insurance companies or stock exchanges.