UK - Global Pensions has won the award for Most Innovative Media Outlet in the 2006 State Street Institutional Press Awards, which recognise excellence in journalism.
Alex Beveridge, Global Pensions editor, said: "We are delighted to win this award, which is a tribute to all the hard work and dedication put in by the team over the past year.
"The reward reflects the positive feedback we have had from our readers in recent months."
The fifth annual awards ceremony recognised the contribution of journalists for investment, pensions and investor services and technology over the past year.
The five categories were: Journalist of the Year – Pensions Issues; Journalist of the Year – Investment; Journalist of the Year – Investor Services & Technology; Award for most Innovative Media Outlet; Award for Outstanding Contribution to Institutional Journalism and were awarded at the discretion of the judging panel.
The panel of judges was comprised of respected figures from the UK and European financial services industry including: Joanne Segars, director of policy, National Association of Pension Funds; Virginia Holmes, non-executive director, Universities Superannuation Scheme; Richard Saunders, chief executive, Investment Management Association; Jane Fuller, consultant and former financial editor, Financial Times and Stacy Scapino, head of sentinel group, Mercer Investment Consulting.
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