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Curtis Mitchell nominated for Professional Pensions Rising Star Awards 2019

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Date published:

Thursday, 24 January 2019

We’re so pleased Curtis Mitchell has been nominated for the Professional Pensions 2019 Rising Star Awards. He definitely is our star - progressing quickly to be promoted to Scheme Manager this year, being the youngest person to complete the course to achieve Associate of Pensions Management Institute (APMI) status and winning prizes for three papers along the way!

The Rising Star Awards identifies talent in pensions and celebrates the people and organisations that help develop new talent in the industry.

Good luck, Curtis!

 

 

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