Conduent HR Services on 2017 UK Professional Pension Awards Short List

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A great start to 2017

I am delighted to share some good news with you today. Conduent HR Services, only two months from inception (but with 100 years of experience behind us) has made the 2017 UK Professional Pension Awards short list in four categories.

“Ultimately, the most important measurement of our success lies in the success of our clients.” David Piltz, Conduent HR Services UK Managing Director

These annual awards, now 20 years strong, recognise the advisers, providers and investment managers across 36 categories that offer the highest level of innovation, performance and service to occupational pension schemes and their members, and have done the most to improve this over the past year. The submissions are rigorously judged by a panel of senior scheme managers, trustees and advisers.

The four categories we have been shortlisted for are:

  • Actuarial/Pensions Consultancy of the Year
  • Employee Benefits Consultancy of the Year,
  • Risk Reduction Adviser of the Year, and
  • DC Consultancy of the Year

When we go to work every day, we don’t do it for awards, or recognition or our names on a plaque. We simply strive to do right by our clients and help them succeed through dedicated and meaningful work. Ultimately, the most important measurement of our success lies in the success of our clients, and we are proud to be a trusted resource for such an important element of their businesses. Recognition from the industry is the icing on the cake, but by no means the cake itself!

Regardless of the outcome when the Professional Pension Awards are handed out in May, I am pleased and inspired by our strong start as Conduent HR Services, and I thank all of my colleagues for the hard work they put in to make Conduent our clients’ first choice.


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