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Spotted! Top photos from #PIPA2015

PIPA awards 2015

Here's a few of the best shots from last night's 16th annual Pension & Investment Provider Awards at the Sheraton Park Lane hotel, hosted by comedian Mark Dolan.

As the result shock fades, attention turns to next pensions minister

Cameron

General election 2015: The Conservatives’ election triumph on Friday, alongside a near whitewash by the Scottish National party north of the border, has raised several questions about how the fallout will affect pensions.

PIPA 2015: The shortlist

PIPA 2015 teaser

Pensions Expert can reveal the organisations shortlisted for the 16th annual Pension and Investment Provider Awards. The winners will be announced on May 20 at the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel in London.

Have you made the shortlist?

How the 2015 Budget affects your scheme

George Osborne Budget 2015 teaser

Budget 2015: Chancellor George Osborne’s ‘cost-neutral’ Budget announcement today still managed to herald further changes to the pensions landscape, including plans for a secondary annuities market and a hefty 20 per cent cut to the lifetime allowance.

The DC Debate – how an election will impact upon UK pensions

In the first quarter of 2015, our debate panel members explain their hopes, concerns and predictions for defined contribution savers and their schemes in the year ahead.

Industry Champion award among 2015's PIPA categories

Latest blog: Entries are open for the 2015 Pension and Investment Provider Awards, where we celebrate excellence among providers of products and services to UK pension schemes.

Lafarge, Channel 4 and Lloyds feature in the top five derisking stories of 2014

Many schemes worked hard this year to make a dent in their pension fund deficit as liabilities soared, employing methods ranging from simple payment increases to complex recovery plans.

Nationwide, Strathclyde and British Coal among top five 2014 investment stories

Ditching hedge funds, the rise of responsible investment and the growing success of property mandates have all featured in a tricky year for UK pension fund investment.