Update: BST Awards 2015 Entries Extended by a Week

The entry deadline for this year's BST Awards has been extended - entries will now close at 08.00 (BST), Monday September 21.

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The entry deadline for this year's BST Awards has been extended - entries will now close at 08.00 (BST), Monday September 21.

The entry window for this year's Buy-Side Technology Awards has been extended by a week; the new closing date for entries is 08.00 (BST) Monday September 21.

The BST Awards website will close for entries at 08.00 (BST) on Monday September 21; it will not be possible to submit entries after this time, and under no circumstances will late entries be accepted.

The BST Awards are free to enter are are online only. Firms may enter as many categories as they wish, but must ensure that each product and category entered is done by way of a separate online entry form.

This year there are 30 individual categories on offer, with two new categories ─ best buy-side cyber-security platform/tool and best buy-side collateral management tool ─ on offer for the first time. The final two awards ─ product of the year for 2015 and best overall technology provider for 2015 ─ will be announced on the afternoon of the awards. There are no entry templates for these two awards, given that all category winners will be considered as potential recipients.

Click on this link to review last year's category winners. You can also review the individual category write-ups from last year's BST Awards here.

This year's awards lunch will be held on November 6 at Le Meridien Piccadilly in London. Due to space constraints, only category winners are eligable to attend the event.

If you have any queries about the BST Awards 2015, please do not not hesitate to contact Victor Anderson.

Note from the Editor: I apologise to those people who contacted me during the course of the last two weeks requesting a deadline extention, to whom I replied that we had no plans to extend the entry period. However, over the past 48 hours, I have been inundated by extention requests and have therefore yielded to the pressure. 

Victor Anderson

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