Here they are - the winners of Pendragon's ever-popular Art of Pensions Competition.
The overall winner of the 2015 competition is Mark Beck of RPMI.
Pendragon will present the winners with their trophies at an awards lunch in the coming months,
All entries and winners from this and previous years' competitions can be found at www.artofpensions.com, where you can also request an entry pack for the 2016 competition.
Best Overall: Mark Beck of RPMI
Most Original: Penny Cogher of Irwin Mitchell
Most Thought-Provoking: Gareth Ahern of BBS Consultants & Actuaries
Most Humorous: James Churcher of Abbott Laboratories
Pendragon Commendation: Jill Walters of Gateley
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