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Are we looking at the most radical change to pension scheme governance in the last 15 years?

Are we looking at the most radical change to pension scheme governance in the last 15 years?

01 February 2021 | 10:00 – 11:00
Free

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Are we looking at the most radical change to pension scheme governance in the last 15 years?

The Occupational Pension Schemes (Governance Amendment) Regulations 2018 came into force in January 2019 setting out how IORP II will be implemented in UK law. The Regulations set out a structure for trustees to demonstrate that they have adequate and effective systems of governance, which are proportionate to the size and complexity of the risk profile of their scheme. The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is due to provide guidance to trustees on how to achieve this within a Consultation as part of the first phase of its programme to combine its existing fifteen Codes of Practice. 

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    Online

    BrightTALK
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    1 hour

    of CPD
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    Fees

    free for members and non-members
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    2

    speakers

Event Details

THE BASICS

Topics of discussion:

This session will look at what we already know and considers how this will impact trustees’ approach to scheme governance. 

Who should attend:
  • Pension Scheme Managers
  • Trustees
  • Administrators
  • Policy advisers
  • Consultants
  • Lawyers
  • Corporate IFAs
  • Investment managers
  • Actuaries
  • Comunication professionals
The venue
Event Venue Brighttalk 2

Hear from the experts

Tim Middleton
Tim Middleton
PMI
- Director of Policy and External Affairs
Sara Cook
Sara Cook
Barnett Waddingham
- Principal and Senior Pension Management Consultant

Sara is a senior pension management consultant at Barnett Waddingham, focussing on secretariat and governance services and supporting trustee and corporate client special projects. Sara started her career in pension administration and has since also worked both in house, as the UK pension manager of a large multi-sited employer, and in a consulting environment. She has developed expertise in trustee governance and secretariat services. Sara uses her experience to provide proactive, clear, and concise support to trustees tailoring her approach to meet their needs.

In 2020, Sara was elected as a second vice-president to the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and joined the board as a non-executive director as part of her role.

Life is about more than work - In her spare time, Sara enjoys making amigurumi crochet toys (much to the delight of younger family members), brisk walks from her north Essex coastal home, and the occasional glass of Pinot Grigio.