LAPF Investment Awards 2019

We are delighted to announce that Alexander Armstrong will be the host of the 2019 LAPF Investments Awards.

Alexander is an actor, writer, and one of the most accomplished, recognisable hosts in the country. He is one half of Armstrong & Miller, writing and starring in the comedy sketch show with fellow actor and university friend, Ben Miller. He is also the co-host of the hugely popular quiz Pointless and a regular guest presenter of Have I Got News For You.

Other TV credits include the dramas Life Begins and Mutual Friends and an appearance in Dr Who. He’s played the animal-hating vet in Beast, and David Cameron in The Trial of Tony Blair. He has also appeared in Saxondale with Steve Coogan, and provided the voice for Dangermouse in the return of the children’s favourite.

Alexander has chaired Channel 4’s The Best of the Worst, and Don’t Call Me Stupid. He’s explored the history of Naples, Florence and Venice in Italy’s Invisible Cities, and frequently pops up on Radio 4. He has also turned his hand to singing, producing two albums of popular classics and taking them on tour with a live orchestra, as well as a recording of Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf.


 

The LAPF Investments Awards were established in 2015 in order to celebrate outstanding achievement in the LGPS. Over the years, an award from LAPF Investments Awards has come to be recognised as mark of excellence in the field of pensions provision in the LGPS.

Following the outstanding success of the 2018 awards, we are delighted to announce that the 2019 LAPF Investments Awards will be held at 8 Northumberland Avenue in London on the 19th September.

Featuring a judging panel composed of some of the most-respected names in the industry, the awards are designed to recognise the best in the UK public sector arena and are a great way to celebrate achievement within the LGPS. We are delighted to say that with strong attendance from many of the most senior figures in the UK pensions industry, these awards have already become a “must attend” event in the LGPS calendar.Host for the 2018 evening, Fiona Bruce, was hugely entertaining and her approach really helped make the evening special.