The 2015 PFI Awards Dinner took place at the Hilton, Park Lane on the evening of Wednesday February 3 and brought together 800 global project finance professionals to celebrate another year of high achievement.
Winners of the 2016 PFI Awards have been announced and are available to view here.
The Awards will be presented at the 2016 PFI Awards Dinner, taking place on the evening of Wednesday February 1 2017, once again at the Hilton, Park Lane, London. The event – the most prestigious in the global project finance market – will see 900 of the world’s most senior and successful market professionals gather to celebrate industry excellence.
You can book your tables by completing the PFI Awards table booking form. As with every year, tables are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis – so it is advisable to book early to secure the best available locations in the room.
Pitching for an Award
PFI invites pitches from the project finance community for the 2016 PFI Awards. Written pitches should be sent to the PFI editorial team and should arrive no later than November 23 2016. Pitching is entirely optional and consideration for an award will not be limited to those who pitch. For more information on the Awards process, see the Awards Process page.
Why Attend the PFI Awards Dinner?
To celebrate excellence
Come and congratulate yourself, your team and the industry for high perfomance and achievement over the past 12 months. Whether you win an Award or not, the PFI Awards Dinner is an occasion not to be missed – and a fantastic opportunity to motivate your team for the year ahead.
For unrivalled networking opportunities
The PFI Awards Dinner is the most prestigious event in the global project finance calendar and is attended by the cream of the industry. This is the one opportunity of the year to socialise and network with over 900 of the world’s project finance elite.
For world class entertainment
Over the years, the PFI Awards have built an enviable reputation for providing enteratinment of the very highest quality. Last year’s event was hosted by Romesh Ranganathan, with previous hosts including Rory Bremner, Jimmy Carr and Michael McIntyre.
For Save the Children
The event will once again be staging a prize draw on the night. With over £24million raised in 21 years, Thomson Reuters remains Save the Children’s largest single annual fundraiser.
For 5 Star luxury
An icon of British hospitality since 1963, London Hilton on Park Lane was the very first Hilton to open in the UK. Overlooking Hyde Park, this fantastic Mayfair hotel offers the most elegant setting for this most prestigious event.