The winners of the second annual Professional Pensions Rising Star Awards will be announced this afternoon at 3pm.
The Rising Star Awards aim to celebrate 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 has had an exceptional response to these awards - and we received a total of nearly 300 completed entry forms.
The entries have been assessed by our panel of eminent judges and the winners will be announced at a special online ceremony this afternoon at 3pm.
To join the celebrations, please click here to register your place.
View the finalists lists for this year's awards here.
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