European Pensions Awards 2021 shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the 2021 European Pensions Awards has been revealed.

Celebrating their 14th successful year, the European Pensions Awards were launched to give recognition to and honour the investment firms, consultancies and pension providers across Europe that have set the professional standards in order to best serve European pension funds over the past year.

Never before has the European pensions landscape seen such dynamism and vigour as pension schemes, alongside their advisers, asset managers, technology partners, administration and communication specialists strive to meet the needs of their members in an unpredictable world, all against a backdrop of changing regulation and uncertain market conditions.

The quality of entries means that those who did not quite make the list can still feel pride in supporting the event, knowing they were up against some very strong entries.

The shortlist can be viewed here. Winners will be announced at our gala dinner and awards ceremony on 20 October 2021 at the prestigious London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.

The black-tie event will play host to pension professionals from across the European pensions space.

Congratulations to all of our shortlisted nominees and we wish you the best of luck.

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