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Johnson Fleming is a finalist at UK Pensions Awards 2016

The UK Pensions Awards shine the light on excellence and recognise the advisers, providers and investment managers that offer the highest level of innovation, performance and service to occupational pension schemes and their members.

This year’s awards looked at advisers and providers across 31 different categories and were rigorously judged by a panel of senior scheme managers, trustees and advisers.

Johnson Fleming was announced as a finalist in the Employee Benefits Consultancy of the Year category, alongside Aon and Capita.

On Thursday 5 May we attended the exciting awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. Unfortunately we didn’t win but to be considered in such high regard in an extremely competitive category is a massive achievement.

We believe our personal approach sets us apart from our larger competitors and we pride ourselves on this. Johnson Fleming CEO, Simon Fletcher commented:

“Here at Johnson Fleming we adopt a pro-active approach and offer innovative solutions that make a difference to our clients, ensuring we are there at every step of the process for them, their business and their employees.

“We understand that ensuring our customers are happy and putting their needs first means they’ll return to us; excellent service is as important as acquiring new clients.”

Congratulations to Capita Employee Benefits on winning the award, and to all of the 2016 winners.

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