UK Pensions Awards 2022 — The Winners

The accolades recognise excellence among the firms that provide services to UK schemes

Jonathan Stapleton
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UK Pensions Awards 2022 — The Winners

Here they are – the winners of the UK Pensions Awards 2022...

The awards were presented at The Hilton on Park Lane in London last night by actress Sally Phillips.

To find out more about the awards, visit: https://ukpensionsawards.com/live/en/page/home

The winners are:

25th Anniversary Awards

25 Years of Excellence in Consultancy

Winner: Lane Clark & Peacock

 

25 Years of Excellence in Investment Management

Winner: Columbia Threadneedle Investments

Highly commended: Cardano

 

25 Years of Excellence in Defined Contribution

Winner: Standard Life

 

Advisory Categories

Actuarial/Pensions Consultancy of the Year

Winner: XPS Pensions Group

 

DC Consultancy of the Year

Winner: Lane Clark & Peacock

 

Investment Consultancy of the Year

Winner: XPS Pensions Group

 

Pensions Lawyers of the Year

Winner: Eversheds Sutherland

 

Pensions Litigation Firm of the Year

Winner: Gowling WLG (UK)

 

Risk Reduction Adviser of the Year

Winner: Lane Clark & Peacock

 

Fiduciary Evaluator of the Year

Winner: PwC

Highly commended: Lane Clark & Peacock

 

DC Categories

DC Pension Provider of the Year             

Winner: Standard Life

 

DC Investment Manager of the Year

Winner: BlackRock

 

DC Multi-Asset Fund Manager of the Year

Winner: BlackRock

 

DC Master Trust of the Year

Winner: Scottish Widows

 

DC Innovation of the Year

Winner: PensionBee

 

Investment Categories

Investment Manager of the Year

Winner: Insight Investment

 

Fiduciary Manager of the Year

Winner: Mercer

Highly Commended: Columbia Threadneedle Investments

 

Institutional Investment Platform Provider of the Year

Winner: Mobius Life

 

Equity Manager of the Year

Winner: Fidelity International

 

Fixed Income Manager of the Year

Winner: PGIM Fixed Income

 

Factor Investing Manager of the Year

Winner: Aon

 

DB Multi-Asset Manager of the Year

Winner: Mercer

 

Emerging Markets Manager of the Year

Winner: Morgan Stanley Investment Management

 

Real Estate Manager of the Year

Winner: Patron Capital

 

Alternative and Private Markets Investment Manager of the Year

Winner: Darwin Alternative Investment Management

 

ESG Manager of the Year

Winner: RBC Global Asset Management

Highly Commended: Railpen

 

Impact Manager of the Year

Winner: Aon

Highly Commended: Patron Capital

 

LDI Manager of the Year

Winner: BlackRock

 

Cashflow-driven Investment (CDI) Manager of the Year

Joint Winner: AXA Investment Managers

Joint Winner: Mercer

 

Risk Reduction Provider of the Year

Winner: Standard Life

 

DB Investment Innovation of the Year

Winner: Mercer

 

Other Categories

Diversity & Inclusion Award

Winner: Lane Clark & Peacock

 

Independent Trustee of the Year

Winner: 20-20 Trustees

 

Third-Party Administrator of the Year

Winner: XPS Pensions Group

 

Technology Innovation of the Year

Winner: Knowa

Highly Commended: XPS Pensions Group

 

DB Master Trust / Consolidator of the Year

Winner: Isio

Highly Commended: TPT Retirement Solutions

 

Pensions Communication Initiative of the Year

Winner: West Midlands Pension Fund

Highly Commended: TPT Retirement Solutions

 

Educational and Thought Leadership Initiative of the Year

Winner: Punter Southall Aspire

Highly commended: The Pensions Administration Standards Association

 

Sponsor Covenant / IRM Adviser of the Year

Winner: Lane Clark & Peacock

Highly commended: PCS (Purbeck Covenant Services)

 

Retirement Innovation of the Year

Winner: Punter Southall Aspire

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