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Judging Panel - Filene Awards

The Trustees of the Charity are delighted to announce the Judges for the Awards this year.  All are entirely independent of any credit union, associational body or league but fully conversant with the social economy and credit unions.

 In isolation of each other, the Judges will score each credit union entry in accordance with the details set out on the "Helpline and Judging Process" page, their scores then being added together to produce an aggregate score per category.

In no particular order, the Judges for the “Filene Awards” are:-

Adrian Oldman, MCIPR, DipCAM(PR), FRSA

Adrian Oldman has spent almost ten years in financial services, most recently as Head of Marketing & Communications for Fair for You - an ethical alternative to high cost rent-to-own store or money lenders. 

Adrian joined his first credit union when living in Ireland in 1997, and he’s been a strong supporter of the movement ever since. He has previously been a consultant advising a number of credit unions, and helped establish the National Credit Union Awards whilst at Unity Trust Bank.



Nigel Fawcett, LLB, DMS, MBA

Nigel Fawcett is currently a Non-Executive Director, Vice Chairman of CS Healthcare, Chairman of its Audit, Regulatory and Compliance Committee and member of the Remuneration and Nominations Committee; previously Assistant Registrar of the Registry of Friendly Societies and latterly Head of Mutuals Section and Consultant to HM Treasury; he was responsible for developing legislative reforms for the Mutual Sector, including credit unions, liaising with the FSA and Government Departments.


Steve Johnson, FRSA 

Steve Johnson is the Chief Executive of Advice UK, the country’s largest network of independent advice services, many of which provide debt and money advice and have close working links with credit unions. He is also currently a Trustee or Non-Executive Director of several charities and social enterprise organisations including the Access to Justice Foundation; LawWorks (the Solicitors Pro Bono Group), Street UK, the School for Social Entrepreneurs and Southern Housing Group.  









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