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Key dates

Nominations open 17 November 2014
Nominations close 19 December 2014
Voting Panel meeting 27 January 2015
Shortlist published on website 29 January 2015
PLC Awards 2014 19 March 2015

About the PLC Awards

The PLC Awards is now in its 29th year, having been held every year since its inception in 1987. The event, which has become firmly established as “the” City event of the year, is held annually, every March, at the Grosvenor House Hotel.

The awards recognise success and achievement amongst publicly quoted companies in the UK and, as such, the event is attended by CEOs, FDs, investment bankers, fund managers, analysts and corporate advisors. Attendance is at capacity for The Grosvenor House Hotel (1,600) and it is one of the top five events held there every year in terms of attendance and spend.

The event is sold out from one year to the next. Sponsors include PwC, the London Stock Exchange and numerous City broking and banking houses, including Winterflood Securities, Canaccord Genuity and finnCap.

Period under review

The qualifying period for all the awards is from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2014.




2014 Winners


The PLC Awards event was founded in 1987 to reward excellence in the smaller quoted company sector. The winners of each of the award categories are presented with their awards at the annual PLC Awards Dinner, which is held in March. The PLC Awards Dinner is “the” City event of the year and is attended by 1,600 guests, including quoted companies, investment banks, fund managers, investment analysts, and corporate advisors.

The PLC Awards Dinner is organised in a joint venture between:


© PLC Awards Dinner 2014.
The PLC Awards Dinner, based on an original idea by Ford Sinclair Ltd.

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Charitable collection

The total amount raised at PLC Awards 2014 – which was split equally between the two charities below – was


WellChild is working to ensure that seriously ill children and young people have the best possible quality of life.

bccs provides a caring, professional response to the child in need, irrespective of their background, race or religion.