The deadline to nominate your providers for the Global Pensions Awards 2010 has passed.
In the wake of the testing economic environment, some providers have stood out from the rest. We therefore invited all pension funds to nominate those service providers who deserve to be rewarded for their hard work. Please click here to view the entry form and awards categories.
As in previous years, only pension funds were eligible to nominate for the awards. Nominations will be accepted up until Monday 17th November 2009, when the nominees will be shortlisted and announced. A shortlist will then be put to a panel of judges consisting of senior names from the industry who will decide on the winners.
These winners will be announced at the Global Pensions Awards which will be held on March 2, 2010 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. As in years gone by it promises to be a spectacular evening.
For more information on the event including the awards categories and nomination process, please contact Charlotte Moore on +44 20 87413376 or via [email protected].
For your sponsorship opportunities or to book a table, please contact Ben Fitch on +44 207 0047572 or via [email protected].
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