Innovation Awards Dinner


The Financial Services Forum will present the inaugural Product & Service Innovation Awards at an awards evening in May 2018.

The evening will open with a bubbles and canapés reception followed by a three course dinner and the Awards ceremony. It will produce a wonderful opportunity to meet Members, entertain colleagues or clients, and celebrate success in our Awards.

With numbers limited to 250 guests, we anticipate being oversubscribed. Tables and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served, basis.

You do not need to be a Member of The Forum to attend or book a table.

Thursday 24 May 2018 18:00 – 24:00
LSO St. Luke’s, 161 Old St, London EC1V 9NG

Reserve your table or place:

Individual places at £250 + VAT per place.
Tables of ten available at £2,500 + VAT per table
Tables of twelve available at £2,750 + VAT per table

Early bird offer available on request for table bookings made by the 1st of March.

To reserve your places, please contact Richard Nolan or call
0203 657 9892.


LSO St Luke's is an 18th-century Grade 1 listed Hawksmoor church, restored to become the home of the LSO's community and music
education programme LSO Discovery.The story starts in 1711, when the pious Queen Anne gave assent to her Tory government for the passing of the Fifty New Churches Act, intended to provide new churches in the burgeoning suburbs in and around the cities of London and Westminster.
In fact, only twelve were built as the succeeding King and Whig administration lost interest, and the confident overspending of the Act's Commisioners in the early years was reined in. Nonetheless, the Commissioners, who initially included Sir Christopher Wren, were responsible, with their architects, for some of the most remarkable publicly-financed buildings ever built in England.

Located on London's Old Street, EC1, LSO St Luke's is a stylish and sophisticated venue. As well as LSO rehearsals, it plays host to a diverse selection of concerts and has seen artists and groups perform from across the spectrum: from Elton John, Sting and Bruce Springsteen to the London Sinfonietta, Asian Music Circuit and Evelyn Glennie.