Thursday 11 May 2017
Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT
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Dealing with shifting political, technological, and financial paradigms
Profound changes have been seen in UK pension provision over a short period of time and the industry is facing a range of new challenges which did not exist a generation ago. This year’s annual conference addresses the new environment for workplace pension provision and will be of interest to anyone affected by the impact that political upheaval, new technology and changing work life patterns have had on workplace pensions.
- Welcome address and question time
Richard Harrington, Minister for Pensions
- Post-Brexit decision making - what other headwinds may we face in 2017?
Dr Peter Westaway, Chief Economist, Vanguard
- Post Brexit - what laws might need to change and how will this impact pension schemes?
Ferdinand Lovett, Senior Associate, Sacker and Partners LLP
- Finding value in an ever-changing world
Richard Dunbar, Senior Investment Strategist, Aberdeen Asset Management
Dr Gregg McClymont, Head of Retirement, Aberdeen Asset Management
- PANEL: Blockchain and the potential impact on pensions
Chair: Andy Agathangelou, Founding Chair, the Technology Task Force
Martin Bartlam, Partner, DLA Piper
Dinis Guarda, Founder and CEO, Humaniq - Ztudium / Intelligenthq.com
Hossein Kakavand, CEO, Luther Systems
- Meeting the expectations of the 21st century pension scheme member
Speaker to be confirmed
- 21st century schemes – deciding on the right scheme design for your members
Lydia Fearn, Head of DC and Financial Well-being, Redington Ltd
Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work
- PANEL: Understanding the employer covenant
Chair: Carol Perry, Director, Independent Trustee Services Ltd
Darren Redmayne, CEO, Lincoln Pensions
William McGrath, former CEO, AGA Rangemaster and founder of C-Suite Pension Strategies
Graham McLean, Consulting Actuary, Willis Towers Watson
- What makes a good 21st century trustee?
Fiona Frobisher, Head of Policy, The Pensions Regulator
The conference organiser reserves the right to make changes to the event program.
Who should attend?
- Pension specialists (administrators, managers and consultants)
- Third party administrators
- Trustees (discounted rate for PMI Trustee Group Members)
- HR staff
- Investment managers
- Financial advisers
- Pension lawyers
We are delighted to announce that the following organisations will be exhibiting at our Annual Conference this year.
The PMI Annual Conference is attended by approximately 160 delegates and offeres a unique platform for face to face connection with some of the most influential people in pensions. If you are interested in exhibiting contact us at email@example.com for further details.
How to book
Click here to download a copy of the booking form.
We are pleased to be able to offer a subsidised rate of £99 + VAT for PMI Trustee Group members.
|Members||£355.00 All prices displayed exclude VAT||price valid until 11/05/2017|
|Non-members||£455.00 All prices displayed exclude VAT||price valid until 11/05/2017|
Individual member bookings
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Group and non member bookings
For non members and companies booking three or more delegates at the same time, please download a copy of the booking form, complete it and return it to us using the contact details below.
Contact details for enquiries or special rates
PMI House 4/10 Artillery Lane, London, E1 7LS
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- Events Team
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- 0207 392 7428
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