Deadlines for registering for Best Places to Work in Money Management and the Innovator Awards have been extended.
Registration will close June 5 for the fourth annual Best Places to Work, sponsored by Pensions & Investments.
Go to pionline.com/bptw2015 to register. The process will take about two minutes. The only prerequisite is having 20 or more U.S. employees.
Nominations of defined contribution plan executives for the fourth annual Innovator Awards — jointly sponsored by P&I and the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association — must be received by May 22.
Best Places to Work in Money Management ranks organizations based on employer and employee surveys. The employer response accounts for 40% of the score; employee responses to their questionnaire account for 60%.
Only the top-rated organizations will be named.
Those that make the list will be featured in the Dec. 14 issue of P&I as well as online. The rankings are done by Buck Consultants, P&I's partner on Best Places to Work.
Money management firms, investment consultants, asset owners with in-house investment shops and other employers related to money management are welcome to register.
The Innovator Awards recognize officials at defined contribution plans who have taken creative, bold and unusual steps to improve participants' retirement outcome.
Only DC plan executives will be considered for awards, but anyone may submit a nomination at pionline.com/innovators.
The 2015 Innovators will be announced and honored during P&I's West Coast Defined Contribution Conference, scheduled for Oct. 18-20 in San Francisco. Stories about the winners' programs will be published online and in the Nov. 2 issue of P&I.
For more information on, or questions about, Best Places to Work in Money Management, contact Nancy Webman at 312-649-5284 or [email protected].
Please contact Amy Resnick at 212-210-0751 or [email protected] about the Innovator Awards.