Pensions Age Awards 2023 - deadline extended

The deadline for submitting entries to the Pensions Age Awards 2023 has been extended to the 7 December 2022.

The awards, which are now in their tenth year and are free to enter, aim to reward both the pension schemes and providers across the UK that have proved themselves worthy of recognition during increasingly challenging economic times.

There are 35 categories to choose from this year, including DC Pension Scheme of the Year , Pensions Law Firm of the Year, At-retirement Solutions Provider of the Year, and the Thought-Leadership Award, as well as many more. The awards also honour the Personality of the Year, as voted for by our readers.

All winners will be announced at the Pensions Age Gala Dinner and Ceremony on Tuesday 21 March 2023, to be held at the stunning Great Room at the Grosvenor House on Park Lane.

For those interested in entering the awards, please fill in the entry form here.

Those interested can also visit the Pensions Age Awards 2022 website and Hall of Fame to find out more here, or if you have any questions, please contact the Pensions Age Awards team here.

    Share Story:

Recent Stories


Are current roads into retirement delivering member value?
Laura Blows explores HSBC Master Trust’s recent report, Converting pension pots into incomes, with HSBC Retirement Services CEO, Alison Hatcher.

Savings and finance at retirement
Laura Blows is joined by Claire Felgate, Head of Global Consultant Relations, UK, at BlackRock, to discuss savings and finance at retirement. Please click here for an edited write-up of the video

Making pension engagement enjoyable through technology
Laura Blows speaks to Nick Hall, business development director and Chartered Financial Planner at UK-based Wealth Wizards about the opportunities that technology provides for increasing people’s engagement with pensions and increasing their retirement wealth. Please click here for an edited write-up of the video

Pension portfolios – the role of asset-backed securities
Laura Blows is joined by Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) head of sterling credit research, Martin Foden, and its Senior Fund Manager, Shalin Shah to discuss the role of asset-backed securities (ABS) within pension fund portfolios
Incorporating ESG into fixed income
Laura Blows is joined by TCW head of fixed income ESG, Jamie Franco, to discuss incorporating environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies into fixed income portfolios

Advertisement