2016 LAPF Investments Awards – Entry form

  • The awards are FREE TO ENTER and are open to any UK public sector pension scheme or provider firm which serves public sector pension schemes in the UK.
  • Pension schemes/providers can enter more than one category
  • Pension schemes/providers are encouraged to nominate themselves
  • Award entries must be kept to a maximum of 250 words
  • The award winners will be chosen by a panel of INDEPENDENT expert judges. The judges’ decision is final

Please fill out your details and select the awards you either wish to enter, or submit a nomination. When you tick an award, you will be given the opportunity to supply up to 250 words to support your entry or nomination. The judging panel will take into consideration all entries received when making their decisions. If you have any questions, please email awards@lapfinvestments.com or contact us on 020 7353 9134.

 

Advisers Guidelines

Things you might like to include when applying could be:

  • Innovation. Do you lead or are you part of leadership thinking in the sector?
  • Communication and engagement. Do you work closely with your clients? Do you help your clients maintain focus on their objectives?
  • Cost efficiency. Has your firm offered solutions to aid efficiencies in the sector? Does your approach enable your clients to effectively manage their costs?
  • Delivery. Has your firm successfully delivered on expectations? Have you demonstrated an ability to react to outside factors in achieving those goals?
  • Statistics which demonstrate outperformance in your field.

Please note: advisers should give examples of how they work with local authorities.

LGPS Guidelines

Things you might like to include when applying could be:

  • Innovation. Do you lead or are you part of leadership thinking in the sector?
  • Performance. Is your scheme fully funded, or are you heading in the right direction? How does your investment performance hold up against others in your sector? Any information included here can be used to aid understanding of the basic information already with the judges
  • Openness and collaboration: How well do you work with other members of the LGPS? Is relevant information on your process readily available to others in your sector?
  • Communication. Do you stand apart in terms of processes or procedures implemented which enable your pension fund members to understand the implications of membership and the decisions made on their behalf?
  • Cost efficiency. Has your scheme taken steps to improve cost effectiveness?

 

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