UK - Legal & General Investment Management scooped the top prize - the Golden Star Award for Excellence - at this year's UK Pensions Awards.
The prize was presented at a gala dinner at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on Monday night hosted by award-winning impressionist Jon Culshaw.
LGIM also won the Fixed Interest Manager of the Year prize and was shortlisted in three other categories – Balanced Manager of the Year, Pooled Manager of the Year and DC Provider of the Year.
LGIM corporate pensions managing director Chris Robinson said: “We are delighted to have won this year’s Golden Star Award, which reflects the success of our active and index fund capabilities as well as our client servicing strengths.
“To achieve this award in such a fiercely competitive market is testament to our ongoing professionalism.”
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