Last chance to register for private assets / fiduciary management webinar

Time is running out to book your place for Pensions Age’s latest webinar, Integrating private assets into your investment strategy through fiduciary management, in association with Schroders.

Private assets can play a meaningful role in defined benefit (DB) pension scheme portfolios, but truly understanding what they can offer, depending on where a scheme is in its de-risking journey, as well as knowing how to manage potential implementation challenges, is key for anyone running a DB pension scheme today.

Pensions Age is therefore thrilled to be partnering with Schroders for this exciting and informative webinar, taking place on 8 July.

It will be looking at the current issues facing UK DB pension funds, particularly around the management of their de-risking journey; the role private assets can play; the practical considerations of private asset investment, including trustees’ concerns around taking on illiquidity on the journey towards buyout; and how integrating private assets through a fiduciary management relationship can overcome common implementation issues.

Speakers include Schroders solutions manager, Ped Phrompechrut, and head of fiduciary management, liability and duration solutions management, Ross Pritchard.

The webinar will also include a Q&A session with all presenters. Questions can be submitted upon registration.

For details and to register for this FREE event, visit www.pensionsage.com/schroderswebinar/delegates.php

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