LEBC won both the Best Pension Adviser and Best Use of Technology by a Corporate Adviser categories at the event which was hosted by at the Grange St. Paul’s Hotel in London.
Aviva won both Best Pension Provider and Best Group Risk Provider at the awards hosted by comedian Mark Watson, on a night of high drama and emotion as the awards were presented minutes after England’s victory over Colombia in the last 16 of the World Cup.Aon’s John Bryant receives the award from Scottish Widows’ Jackie Leiper and Mark Watson
Sixteen advisers and providers were acknowledged at the Awards, which attracted entries from a record number of organisations, ranked by judging panels made up of 35 industry professionals.
Benefiz took away the award for Small Firm of the Year, a crowded category, reflecting the wealth of talent amongst emerging organisations.
Stackhouse Poland won in the group risk adviser category, while the award for Best Adviser Auto-Enrolment Proposition went to Tailored Auto Enrolment.
All the winners:
Best Master Trust
Winner: The People’s Pension
Best Adviser Auto-Enrolment Proposition
Winner: Tailored Auto Enrolment
Best Provider Decumulation Proposition
Best Healthcare Provider
Highly commended: WPA
Best Healthcare Adviser
Highly commended: Aon
Winner: PES Health
Best Use of Technology by a Corporate Adviser
Winner: LEBC The Retirement Adviser
Best Fintech Health & Wellbeing Innovation
Highly commended: Salary Finance
Best Cash Plan Provider
Winner: Health Shield
Best Group Risk Provider
Highly commended: Ellipse
Best Group Risk Adviser
Winner: Stackhouse Poland
Best Pension Provider.
Best Pension Adviser
Best ESG Asset Manager
Highly commended: Hermes
Winner: Legal & General Investment Management
Ultimate Default Fund
Highly commended: NEST – Retirement Date Fund
Winner: BlackRock – LifePath Target Date Funds.
Corporate Adviser Small Firm of the Year 2018.
Highly commended: Beckett Financial Services
Highly commended: Cavendish Ware
Corporate Adviser Firm of the Year 2018