Pensions Age announces launch of Autumn Conference 2021

The Pensions Age Autumn Conference will be taking place in London on 16 September 2021 and is open for registration.

The one-day conference offers pension schemes and those working in the pensions industry the chance to learn and network alongside their peers at one of the most challenging times in the UK pensions sector.

Taking place at the Waldorf Hilton, the conference is open to pension scheme managers, trustees, FDs, advisers, and pension and HR professionals, and will offer delegates the up-to-date knowledge and guidance they need to help them run their pension schemes and meet their members’ needs, whether in the DB, DC or hybrid space.

As the past year has thrown up an unprecedented series of challenges to the pensions industry, which have impacted the daily working lives of everyone involved in the sector, this event will be an opportunity to reflect on how the industry has risen to the challenges.

It will also allow delegates to learn from pension funds and providers that adapted successfully to meet members’ needs, and showcase the products and strategies available to assist schemes to fully embrace the future in the best possible way.

Covering all aspects of pension provision, delegates can be sure that this conference will offer them the updates they need to manage their schemes going forward, as well as highlight new developments in the pension space, in relation to regulation, investment, scheme design, technology, communication and more; and will help delegates improve their pensions knowledge and understanding with a series of presentations from leading pension professionals and policymakers from across the industry.

Join us in London to hear from regulators, leading associations, providers, investment specialists and peers, and finally catch up with those friends you have missed.

To register, please click here.

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