UK - Standard Life Investments has won first place in the Ten Year UK Individual Pension Property Sector for the third consecutive year at Standard & Poor's Fund Awards 2004.
The award – for the fund manager’s UK Pooled Pension Property Fund – was presented at a ceremony at the National History Museum in London.
Managing director, property investments, Alex Watt said: “Winning this award again is great news for the property team and Standard Life Investments as a whole.
To generate award-winning long-term performance from a fund of this size is no mean feat.”
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