The search for Pensions Personality of the Year is now on - and we are asking you to nominate your favourites for the 2020 accolade by tomorrow afternoon (12 August).
The winner will be the person who, in the eyes of the industry, has done the most to further the cause of occupational pensions over the past year.
To nominate a candidate for the accolade, send an email with ‘Pensions Personality' in the subject line to [email protected] by 5pm on 12 August.
The email should include:
- The name and job title of the person you want to nominate;
- A short citation of up to 140 words detailing what the nominee has done over the past year to deserve the award.
Any nominations that do not follow the above format will not be accepted.
After nominations close we will conduct an industry-wide poll to create a shortlist of candidates.
Should you use twitter and wish to tweet about Pensions Personality of the Year 2020, the official hashtag is #PensionsPersonality2020
The final winner of the Pensions Personality of the Year will be announced during the UK Pensions Awards presentation on 7 October.
Further information about the UK Pensions Awards can be found at www.ukpensionsawards.com
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