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Institutional Investor Awards

For more than 30 years, Institutional Investor Awards has recognized people and firms in the financial services industry for excellence. The integrity of Institutional Investor's editorial and research-supported rankings and awards have earned the highest regard in the industry and continue to set the standard by which excellence is measured. Following is the annual schedule of dinners that Institutional Investor hosts in conjunction with many of its financial publications' awards programs, at which honorees and winners are recognized.

For information on sponsoring or attending an Institutional Investor awards event, please contact Tracey Redmond at +1-212-224-3239, tredmond@institutionalinvestor.com For information on Institutional Investor’s honoree selection criteria, processes and deadlines, please contact the editors of the sponsoring publication. Editorial contact information is available from each publication's website

2014 Event Calendar

  • Institutional Investor Magazine Presents
    America's Most Honored Companies

    THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2014 – MANDARIN ORIENTAL, NEW YORK, NY

    America’s Most Honored Companies Awards celebrate the many U.S. Companies who ranked at the top for their corporate leadership and investor relations expertise as voted on by the buy- and sell-side analyst community in our All-America Executive Team ranking.

    America's Most Honored Companies will be honored and awarded at a dinner and ceremony on March 6, 2014 at the Mandarin Oriental in New York City. We hope you'll join us for this fun night of networking and celebration and to help honor their outstanding accomplishments.

  • Fund Industry Intelligence and
    Fund Director Intelligence present the
    Mutual Fund Industry Awards

    THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 – MANDARIN ORIENTAL, NEW YORK, NY

    The highly-coveted and long-running Mutual Fund Industry Awards are given annually by the editors of Fund Industry Intelligence and Fund Director Intelligence - the leading intelligence services covering the U.S. mutual fund industry - to the fund leaders, marketers, trustees and independent counsel who stood-out for their excellence, achievements, innovation and contributions to the industry. The awards dinner and ceremony brings together more than 400 senior industry professionals each year and also honors the Rising Stars of Mutual Funds, up-and-coming professionals poised to be the future leaders of the mutual fund industry.

  • Institutional Investor Magazine’s
    U.S. Investment Management Awards

    THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2014 – MANDARIN ORIENTAL, NEW YORK, NY

    Institutional Investor magazine's U.S. Investment Management awards recognize institutional investors from across the spectrum whose innovative strategies and fiduciary savvy resulted in impressive returns, as well as the money managers in more than twenty-three asset classes who stood out in the eyes of the investor community for their exceptional performance, risk management and service during the year. More than 250 industry leaders gather annually for this night of networking and celebration.

  • Institutional Investor Magazine’s
    Hedge Fund Industry Awards

    THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 2014 – MANDARIN ORIENTAL, NEW YORK, NY

    This annual awards dinner is held in conjunction with Institutional Investor Conferences’ Hedge Fund Leadership Forum, and brings together more than 500 senior professionals from across the hedge fund industry to recognize and applaud the achievements of their peers. Award nominees and other guests include hedge fund managers, funds of hedge funds, consultants, endowments, foundations, corporate and public pension funds. The dinner and ceremony also honors the Rising Stars of Hedge Funds, up-and-coming professionals poised to be future leaders of the industry. Nominated institutional investors and consultants are invited to attend the awards dinner as guests of award sponsors.

  • Click here for information on II’s other awards and rankings.

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