RIIA Awards

RIIA Awards
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InvestmentNews and the Retirement Income Industry Association are proud to present the eighth annual Retirement Income Communications Award.

The RIIA Awards recognizes the best in printed and digital initiatives making an impact in the industry, such as white papers, webcasts and targeted websites.

Click here for entry rules and instructions

AWARD CATEGORIES

The categories are open to printed or digital materials that provide research, insight or understanding useful to financial advisers who are advising clients approaching or entering retirement. The materials may provide an overview of the key issues that need to be addressed with clients, or they may address one specific issue in greater detail.

Entries will be evaluated on how well the materials present the issue(s) being addressed, the overall usefulness of the information provided, and effectiveness of the design. Entries must have been produced and distributed between July 2013 and July 2014.

Category: Printed Materials

Printed materials may be in the form of brochures, booklets, pamphlets, white papers or original research. Please enclose ONE example of the printed materials with your entry form.

Category: Digital

Digital materials may be in the form of online initiatives, such as intranet, internet, webcasts or podcasts, videos, CDs, email, apps, mobile tools and any other new technologies. Please enclose ONE example of digital materials with your entry form. For websites, include the URL on your entry form and submit printed copies of highlights of the website, including the home page.

AWARD FINALISTS AND WINNERS

Entries are reviewed and winners determined by the InvestmentNews editorial team and an advisory board comprised of financial advisers. There is one winner per category.

ENTRY RULES AND REGULATIONS

More than one entry may be submitted per category; however, a separate entry form must be submitted for each category and for each entry.

ENTRY DEADLINE: AUGUST 29, 2014

Download the entry form

Please submit a separate packet for each category entered to:

InvestmentNews

C/O Irma Rodriguez, RIIA Awards 2014

685 Third Ave

New York, NY 10017

The award winners will be announced and the awards presented at the Retirement Income Industry Association (RIIA) Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner in October, 2014. For further information on the meeting and dinner, please visit: www.riia-usa.org.

Only those entries that meet the criteria provided for each award will be considered. InvestmentNews will only review completed entry forms will all supporting materials. Make sure to enclose ONE example of the printed or digital materials with your entry form. Please submit your entry form and all supporting materials in a single packet. Materials will not be returned.

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