The Awards event was held at Merchant Taylors Hall in the City of London. Other winners were:
* Best M&A or Communications in Support of a Transaction Award – Maitland, Defending SVG Capital and its Shareholders – Hostile Bid Situation
* Best IPO Campaign Award – Powerscourt, Dong Energy IPO
* Best Change Management Campaign Award – FleishmanHillard Fishburn, Take Five
* Best Crisis Communications Campaign Award - Lansons and PPF, Protecting People’s Pensions: Managing the Reputation of the Pension Lifeboat
* Best Banking Communications Campaign Award – DRP, Lloyds Banking Group
* Best Insurance Communications Campaign Award – TeamSpirit, Policy Expert: Sparking National Conversation to Prove Insurance Matters
* Best Accountancy Communications Award – Lansons, Spanish Property Crash: The UK Fightback
* Best Social Media Campaign Award – FTI Consulting, British Land’s Official Instagrammer-in-Residence
* Best Strategic Communications or Corporate Brand Campaign Award – Haggie, Introducing Ed
* Best Annual Report Award – Instinctif Partners, AGCO
* Outstanding Contribution to City PR and Communications Award - Peter Wilson-Smith, director, Meritus
* Clarity in Charity Communications Award – Caroline Diehl, CEO and founder, Media Trust
* Rising Star of the Year Award – Abigail Van-West, Hotwire
* Best City Journalist/Blogger Award – Nils Pratley, The Guardian.
Francis Ingham, PRCA director general and master of the Company of PR Practitioners, said: "It has been another fantastic year for the City PR and communications industry. The UK’s City PR industry leads the world as a creative powerhouse and example of great communications."