Adam Smith Awards

Adam Smith Awards 2023 nominations open 30th January and will close on 6th April

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Nominations open 30th January

Treasury Today’s Adam Smith Awards are universally recognised as the ultimate industry benchmark for corporate treasury achievement. These prestigious awards are now in their 16th year. Each year the quality and quantity of nominations grows ever higher and we are looking forward to receiving your nominations for the Adam Smith Awards 2023.

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Nominations open on 30th January and will close on 6th April. Our 2023 winners will be announced on 3rd May in our hugely popular live announcement. All winners and their partners will be invited to the Adam Smith Awards Celebration Dinner at St Pancras Renaissance Hotel on 26th June in London.

As part of our Adam Smith Awards 2023 programme we will also produce case studies on all our award winners, which will appear on our website later this year.

The Adam Smith Awards are globally recognised as the industry benchmark for best practice and exceptional solutions in treasury. We look forward to receiving all your nominations, to celebrating our winners’ achievements and to bringing our formidable community together once again.

Photo of Nandini Mongia, Prudential Financial.

This recognition is a testament that our people are what set us apart in the industry. It also serves as an important reminder that the best investments we can make for the future of Prudential and our success are in our people.

Nandini Mongia, Senior Vice President and Treasurer, Prudential Financial – Highly Commended Winner, Top Treasury Team 2022


The Adam Smith Awards recognise success across a broad range of areas within corporate treasury, which is reflected in the 2023 categories. Regardless of budget, geography, industry sector and company size, decide which category best suits your solution.

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Our judging panel will be looking for innovative solutions that demonstrate best practice. You will need to evidence the qualitative as well as the quantitative benefits and describe how you have made a difference. What did previous winners do? The case studies which showcase last year’s winners may help you.


If you have any questions, please email