January 22, 2011 at 7:19 pm #121361
Consumer financial information has become so convoluted that a new agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been authorized to regulate the offering and provision of consumer financial products and services. As a financial business writer, you’ve read plenty of good and bad financial information. To honor those who produce clear financial information and note the use of the most convoluted financial information, the Center for Plain Language announcing its ClearMark Awards. The Awards note the use of great financial communications with the ClearMark Awards; and the use of the worst or most confusing language with the WonderMark Awards. Nominations deadline is January 21, 2011.
We’d like you to write about the Awards, and welcome your submissions–especially for the WonderMark Awards. For a nomination form, go to http://www.centerforplainlanguage.org/awards. More details are below.
To interview a Center for Plain Language leader about the ClearMark Awards, contact:
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