Pensions Age Spring Conference: Aiming High
Thursday 27 April 2017, The Waldorf Hilton, London
PMI CPD: This event attracts up to 7 PMI CPD hours
The Pensions Age Spring Conference: Aiming High offers pension funds and those working in the pensions space the opportunity to both learn and network alongside their peers at one of the most dynamic eras in the history of UK pensions.
This one-day conference, which is open to pension scheme managers, trustees, FDs, advisers, pension and HR professionals, will offer delegates the up-to-date knowledge and guidance they need to help them run their pension schemes to the absolute best of their ability, and give them the tools to not only meet their goals but exceed them to the benefit of the member and the industry as a whole.
Freedom and choice in pensions is well and truly a reality now, and the pensions industry is working hard to provide the right products to meet members’ needs in the new world. Similarly, auto-enrolment has entered the realms of the smaller employer, with the challenges that brings; while fraud is an issue that still needs to be tackled. Similarly, effective governance is just as essential as it has always been and the spotlight still shines strongly on the need for pension schemes to not only be cost-effective and transparent, but also adequately be managing their risks on a daily basis.
Covering all aspects of pension provision, this key conference has become a must-attend pensions event and will help delegates improve their pensions knowledge and understanding with a series of presentations from leading pension professionals and policy makers from across the industry.
Register to attend and stand the chance to win an iPad Mini on the day of the conference!
All Pension Fund, Sponsoring Employees and Buy-side Consultant delegates will receive a FREE £10 M&S Voucher if they attend the conference on time, and stay all day until after the last presentation. The vouchers will be presented immediately following the last presentation prior to the drinks reception.