Professional Pensions has made the shortlist in two categories at the upcoming Willis Towers Watson Awards.
The brand is in contention for both Pensions/Benefits Publication of the Year as well as Investment Publication of the Year. Fellow shortlisted brands include FTFM, Employee Benefits and Money Observer.
The winners in each category will be decided by public vote. If you would like to cast a vote for Professional Pensions in either category please click here for Pensions/Benefits Publication and here for the Investment Publication category
"I am very pleased to see Professional Pensions in contention for these awards as it recognises the hard work the team put in day in day out," says editor Helen Morrissey. "With the winners being decided by public vote any support we can get from our readers would be much welcomed."
The winners will be announced on 13 July.
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