Women in Pensions 2021: Shortlists published

This year saw more than 680 women across the industry nominated

Professional Pensions
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Here they are. The finalists for the fourth annual Professional Pensions Women in Pensions Awards...

 

Congratulations to all the individuals and organisations that have been shortlisted for this year.

The Women in Pensions Awards aim to shine a spotlight on the work of inspirational women in the pensions sector, along with the mentors and organisations supporting them.

Professional Pensions has had an exceptional response to these awards, and all entries have been assessed by our panel of eminent judges.

The winners will be announced on 24 November at, we hope, an in-person gala dinner at the Marriott Grosvenor Square in London alongside the Rising Star Awards.

To find out more information about the awards, criteria and categories, visit the Women in Pensions Awards website.

 

The finalist lists are as follows:

 

Lifetime Achievement Award

  • Boma Lisa Harry-Young
  • Carmel Peters
  • Fiona Matthews
  • Louise Chalkley
  • Rita Butler-Jones
  • Rona Train
  • Simone MacMillan-Binns

Pensions Woman of the Year

  • Boma Lisa Young-Harry
  • Jillian Pegrum
  • Lorna Stewart Hussey
  • Maria Nazarova-Doyle
  • Naomi L'Estrange
  • Rita Butler-Jones
  • Rona Train
  • Samantha Gould
  • Tessa Page
  • Tina Kripps

Pensions Manager of the Year

  • Annabelle Hardiman
  • Danielle Barker
  • Debbie White
  • Jackie Campbell
  • Jonet Dunmore
  • Simone MacMillan-Binns
  • Suzanne Willshire

Trustee of the Year

  • Alison Bostock
  • Ann Rigby
  • Catherine Williams
  • Janine Wood 
  • Judith Fish
  • Samantha Pitt
  • Venetia Trayhurn

Adviser of the Year

  • Deborah Wilson
  • Helen Howell
  • Jill Ampleford
  • Karen McWilliam
  • Laura Andrikopoulos
  • Lynda Whitney
  • Mary Spencer
  • Rosie Fantom
  • Shelly Beard

Lawyer of the Year

  • Helen Mills
  • Juliet Bayne
  • Maria Calle-Barrado
  • Parminder Latimer

Saleswoman/Marketer of the Year

  • Jemima FitzMorris
  • Kelly Bone
  • Lara Edmonstone-West
  • Nathalie Sims
  • Rita Butler-Jones
  • Samantha Gould
  • Shreya Hanglin
  • Suzi Lowther
  • Uzma Nazir

Administrator of the Year

  • Andrea North
  • Cassie Davis
  • Dawn Watson
  • Ella Purkiss
  • Laura Pertile
  • Susan Smith
  • Suzanne Willshire
  • Vini Sharma

Investment Manager of the Year

  • Ann-Marie Patterson
  • Carmel Peters
  • Claire Curtin
  • Emma Singh
  • Joanna Sharples
  • Kathryn Koch

Rising Star Award

  • Clare Reilly
  • Emma Matthews
  • Georgina Howes
  • Joanna Nicholson
  • Ketvi Roopnarain
  • Kirsteen Morrison
  • Kristina Morrison
  • Laasya Shekaran
  • Roxanne Andrew
  • Tracy Chih-Han Liu

Innovator of the Year Award

  • Clare Routledge
  • Geraldine Brassett
  • Jacqui Woodward
  • Jennifer Davies
  • Jenny Gibbons
  • Jo Phillips
  • Lynda Whitney
  • Lynn Housecroft
  • Marion Maloney
  • Samantha Seaton 

Mentor of the Year

  • Alexandra Noble
  • Andrew Ward
  • Carolyn Tsalos
  • Debbie Matravers
  • Hazel Kendrick
  • Jayesh Patel
  • Kate Ross
  • Memento Charinga
  • Rita Butler-Jones
  • Suman Sidhu

Role Model of the Year

  • Angela Burns
  • Dweenisha Caleechurn
  • Helen Gilchrist
  • Jess Horner
  • Laura Andrikopoulos
  • Naomi L'Estrange
  • Samantha Gould
  • Sanpreet Aujla
  • Sarah Seear
  • Suman Sidhu
  • Zeenat Chady

Team Leader of the Year

  • Eleanor Levy
  • Emma King
  • Francesca Bailey
  • Kate Ross
  • Lydia Fearn
  • Mandy McCulloch
  • Melanie Munro
  • Nabila Zine Finali
  • Rita Butler-Jones
  • Steph Owen

Most Inspiring Returner

  • Adele Ray
  • Anum Hussain
  • Caroline Kurup
  • Danielle Klinger
  • Heather Boucher
  • Kate Bailey
  • Kirstan Ferris
  • Laeticia Antsee-Parry
  • Laura Brook
  • Shelley Jeffrey

Pandemic Perseverance Award

  • Clare Jackson
  • Clare Routledge
  • Elizabeth Bostock
  • Jane Galvin
  • Johanna Nelson
  • Katherine Easter
  • Ketvi Roopnarain
  • Michelle Pryde
  • Orla Parkin
  • Shanu Ghai

Organisational Award for Supporting Diversity

  • Aon
  • BlueBay Asset Management
  • CMS
  • ITS
  • Lane Clark & Peacock
  • RBC Global Asset Management
  • Travers Smith
  • Willis Towers Watson

 

 

 

 

 

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