Here it is... The video of all the highlights from Wednesday night's PP Rising Star Awards.
The inaugural Professional Pensions Rising Star Awards were presented at a gala event at Proud Embankment in London on 27 March 2019.
The awards celebrated the emerging talent in pensions - recognising and identifying the sector's future leaders as well as shining the spotlight on the organisations and individuals that are helping develop and foster new talent in the industry.
Professional Pensions had an exceptional response to these awards. Over 400 organisations and individuals were nominated for the Rising Star Awards and we received a total of 260 completed entry forms - with some categories having more than 100 entries.
The full list of finalists and winners can be found here.
To find out more about the PP Rising Star Awards, visit: http://events.professionalpensions.com/risingstarawards
To register for updates about next year's awards, click here.
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