FCS Portfolio Awards

FCS Portfolio Gala Wins 2022 FCS Portfolio 28 Winners

Live and let win

06 May 2022

At the iconic 28th Annual FCS Portfolio Awards, a black-tie spy-themed gala held at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York, Living clients Broadridge, CFA Institute and State Street Global Advisors all scooped glittering Gold awards for their cut-through campaigns or engaging digital content in the financial services arena.

Our hard-earned awards, all a testament to careful planning, thoughtful messaging and visually engaging creative, include:

Commenting on the awards Living's Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer, Duncan Shaw said "It's very pleasing to see our creative work so well rewarded for our clients and teams alike. We have a deep knowledge of their businesses and target audiences that truly creates difference and delivers tangible results."

Presented by the Financial Communications Society, the Portfolio Awards honour creative excellence in financial marketing and communications and this year saw a record number of entries received from 99 companies and judged by over fifty senior marketing and creative executives from financial services firms and agencies. Well done to all last night's winners.

It has also been our pleasure to serve as the agency of record for Portfolio 28 – for a fourth year running – designing all the creative design elements for the competition and gala.

Want an award-winning brand, digital content or campaign?
If you would like to know more about how we can bring creative excellence to your financial services brand, please contact Duncan Shaw in New York, Greg Hobden in London or Gigi Yung in Hong Kong.

About the Financial Communications Society
Founded in 1967, the Financial Communications Society (FCS) is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving professional standards in financial marketing communications through a mission of community, education and philanthropy. The FCS Portfolio Awards recognise creative excellence in financial marketing. Find out more.