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Pension Funds Governance and De-Risking Summit
Nov 26, 2013 to Nov 27, 2013
|Location||53 Park Lane
London W1A 2HJ, UK
|Details||The summit will let you explore why strong governance is the bedrock for any successful fund and help you analyse key de-risking solutions for the pensions industry. First 30 end users go free.
The event will give you an independent overview of the options available to your scheme and will debate the benefits and pitfalls of various strategies and approaches. It is the only event that will offer you invaluable insight into how to effectively implement both strong governance and de-risking solutions.
The event is FREE* for the first 30 trustees and plan/scheme sponsors.
For more information please visit: www.pensionfundderiskingsummit.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 44 (0) 20 7036 1300.
Implementing the right strategy is now more important than ever. And with such complex systems emerging, trustees must be certain of their proposed strategy by undertaking effective due-diligence. Join us and discover what leading trustees consider the essential pillars of good governance and how they can lead to ensuring successful implementation of de-risking strategies.
In the lead up to the event, we have an exclusive industry interview from Michael Johnson, Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies, where he talks about the main challenges the industry needs to win back the public's trust. He also explains what areas costs can be cut to make pensions competitive in a future where competing financial products are being increasingly considered as viable alternatives. Please download the podcast here: http://bit.ly/18o32Sx
Leading industry figures panel including:
Andrew Warwick-Thompson, Executive Director, The Pension Regulator
Margaret Snowdon OBE, Chairman, Pensions Administration Standards Association
Jerry Moriarty, Chief Executive Officer, Irish Association of Pension Funds
Philip Read, Trustee Chairman, Boardritish Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme
Nick Greenwood, Pension Fund Manager, The Royal County of Berkshire, Pension Fund
Michael Johnson, Research Fellow, Centre for Policy Studies
Susan Andrews, President, Pensions Management Institute; Partner, Trustee Solutions Ltd
Speakers: Neil Morgan, Professor Gordon L. Clark, Susan Andrews, Michael Johnson, Nick Greenwood, Philip Read, Jerry Moriarty, Margaret Snowdon, Andrew Warwick-Thompson.