"supporting and encouraging high quality economic, financial and business journalism"

The Wincott Foundation was set up in 1969 in honour of Harold Wincott, the most distinguished economic journalist of his day in the UK. The current chairman is Lionel Barber, former editor of the Financial Times. Lionel is supported by a group of trustees who have a background in business, journalism and academia.

SHORTLISTS FOR THE WINCOTT AWARDS for 2020

Young Journalist of the Year
Callum Burroughs, Business Insider
Caitlin Ostroff, Wall Street Journal
Michael O'Dwyer, Daily Telegraph
Louisa Clarence Smith, The Times
Oliver Telling, Investors' Chronicle

Personal Finance Journalist of the Year
Stephen Maunder, Which? Money
Dean Sobers, Which? Money
Jeff Prestridge, Mail on Sunday
Katie Morley, Daily and Sunday Telegraph

Journalist of the Year, UK Nations and Regions
Mark Casci, Yorkshire Post
Martyn McLaughlin, Scotland on Sunday
John Campbell, BBC Northern Ireland, Spotlight
Hannah Baker, Bristol Post

Data Journalism of the Year
The Financial Times Data Team
Ed Conway, Sky
Tim Harford, BBC
Chris Cook, Tortoise

Video Journalism of the Year
Channel 4 Dispatches, the Truth about your coffee
BBC Panorama, Business on the Brink
Channel 4 News, Helia Ebrahimi
Al Jazeera, Selling out West Papua

Audio Journalism of the Year
Wake up to Money, BBC Radio 5
Behind the Money, FT
Business Daily, BBC World Service
In Business, BBC Radio 4

Journalist of the Year
Jane Martinson, Tortoise
Economist team on Big Tech
Tim Harford, BBC and Financial Times
Patrick Hosking, The Times
Liam Vaughan, Kit Chellel and Ben Bain, Bloomberg
Financial Times team on Wirecard scandal

THE TRUSTEES
LIONEL BARBER (Chair)
KATE ANDREWS
STEPHANIE FLANDERS
CHRISTOPHER HIRD
BERNARD MENSAH
JOHN O'HIGGINS
BILL ROBINSON
CATHERINE THOMAS
DANIEL WINCOTT

Contact our Director, Tony Major, at director@wincott.co.uk
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