By European Pensions team
The shortlist for the European Pensions Personality of the Year award has now been revealed. Voting is open until 29 May 2012.
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The award recognises those individuals who have truly made their mark in the European pensions space in recent years.
The nominees are Capita Hartshead and Bluefin Corporate Consulting chief executive Nick Burns; Pan Governance LLP chief executive and Moorlands Human Capital chairman Steve Delo; JLT Employee Benefits Group chief executive Duncan Howorth; Pensions Management Institute chief executive Vince Linnane; head of Barclays Funds & Advisory Shachi Shah; and Veolia Environment head of international pensions Mike Sullivan.
The winner will be determined by the readers’ votes and announced at the Awards Gala Dinner on Wednesday 27 June at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
Click here to cast your vote for the Personality of the Year or visit our website for more information.
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