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Pendragon launches Art of Pensions 2005

Pendragon Professional Information Limited is officially launching its Art of Pensions 2005 competition, calling for pensions professionals to demonstrate their artistic prowess in a postcard competition.

A catalogue of the best entries will be on display at the National Association of Pension Funds conference in Manchester, on May 12 & 13.

Pendragon are inviting members of the UK pensions industry to offer their view of the current pensions world on the back of a blank postcard.

Last year, the entries provided a refreshing, often light-hearted view of the UK pensions industry.

Pendragon spokesman Simon Freeman says: Last years result was a showcase of entries that included everything from cartoons, sketches and poems, to jokes, limericks and even formal statements. It certainly demonstrated the strength and breadth of current thinking with regards to the UK pensions industry.

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