Beth’s double delight at second annual Future Faces awards
Deutsche Bank’s Beth Farminer is toasting a double success – after being crowned the Future Face of Greater Birmingham and the Future Face of Professional Services.
She received her awards at the second annual dinner for Future Faces – the young professionals’ arm of Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce – at Edgbaston Stadium on Friday night.
Around 350 people attended the awards dinner, which was sponsored by HSBC, Elonex, Mahirs Experience and Park Regis Birmingham.
Beth has been a member of Deutsche Bank’s Birmingham team for seven years.
In her business management role, she helps to help develop, report and communicate business objectives and targets, providing the leadership team with regular and accurate management information and governance reporting.
Beth’s colleague Hayley Porter added to Deutsche Bank’s success by receiving the award for Future Faces Ambassador.
Future Face of Communications (Sponsored by Birmingham Airport) Sophie Drake, Story Comms
Future Face of Entrepreneurship (Sponsored by Birmingham City University) Andrew Ward, Scorchsoft
Future Face of Industry (Sponsored by Bibby Financial Services) Vincent Fabre, Hydraforce
Future Face of Innovation (Sponsored by Millennium Point) Raj Patel, Vanti
Future Face of Professional Services (Sponsored by RSM UK) Beth Farminer, Deutsche Bank
Future Face of Greater Birmingham (Sponsored by GBCC) Beth Farminer, Deutsche Bank
Future Faces Ambassador Award 2016 Hayley Porter, Deutsche Bank
Future Faces Highly Commended Ambassador 2016 Louise Moody, WSP
(Future Faces Awards Press Release)