Vote for Pensions Age as publication of the year; voting closes Friday 14 June

Pensions Age is thrilled to have been shortlisted in the Pensions Publication of the Year category at the Willis Towers Watson Media Awards 2019.

The Willis Towers Watson Media Awards aims to recognise excellence in business journalism by awarding those publications that have demonstrated achievement, innovation and thought leadership over the past year.

Pensions Age has been shortlisted in Pensions Publication of the Year category due to it being the highest-read publication within the pensions industry, its refreshed editorial approach providing in-depth and innovative analysis on the subjects of importance to its readers and it regularly being the first to break news stories for the sector, among other achievements.

Commenting on the nomination, Pensions Age editor Laura Blows said: “We are delighted to have received a nomination for Pensions Publication of the Year at the Willis Towers Watson Media Awards 2019. We have a team of highly-skilled and dedicated journalists who work hard to keep readers up to date with all the latest pensions developments and we are extremely humbled to see these efforts recognised with this nomination.”

To vote for Pensions Age, please click here. Voting closes on Friday 14 June.

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