Pensions Age Awards 2022 now open for entries

Celebrating excellence within the pensions industry for another year, the Pensions Age Awards 2022 is now open to entries for all UK pension schemes and provider firms serving pension schemes in the UK.

The awards, which are now in their ninth year, aim to reward both the pension schemes and providers across the UK that have proved themselves worthy of recognition during increasingly challenging economic times.

There are 35 categories to choose from this year, ranging from DC Pension Scheme of the Year, Pensions Provider of the Year to Pensions Law Firm of the Year, LDI Manager of the year, and the Thought-Leadership Award, as well as many more. The awards also honour the Personality of the Year, as voted for by our readers.

All winners will be announced at the Pensions Age Gala Dinner and Ceremony on Wednesday 23 February 2022, to be held at the stunning Great Room at the Grosvenor House on Park Lane.

The awards are free to enter and the deadline for entries is 28 October 2021. If you wish to enter, please fill in the entry form here.

Visit the Pensions Age Awards 2022 website and Hall of Fame to find out more here, or if you have any questions, please contact the Pensions Age Awards team here.

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