Introduction to Pensions (Advanced)
Introduction to Pensions (Advanced)
This introductory workshop is suitable for those who have some understanding of pensions but need to improve their knowledge of pension in the wider savings and employee benefits context to a more advanced level than our Introduction to Pensions workshop - The Basics.
Our expert panel will talk through the current issues and challenges surrounding the pensions industry, from outlining the pensions law and the valuation process for DB pension scheme funding to the importance of investment and its elements.
Feesfrom £25.00 (+VAT) to £40.00 (+ VAT) per session
FeesAll sessions members £190.00 (+VAT)
non-members £225.00 (+VTA)
5 hoursof CPD
- Pension administration
- Member engagement
- Pensions law
- Defined benefit pension scheme funding
- Introduction to Governance
- Employees with pension experience
- Support staff
- Professionals working in related fields such as payroll, accounts and HR
Starting 8 June until 11 June
Hear from the experts
Jim is a Partner and Head of the National Forensic Services team at Crowe UK. His team helps organisations to protect themselves against a variety of problems such as cybercrime, fraud, bribery and corruption and to make sure they are secure. Where necessary, if their protection fails, to investigate, respond, manage and mitigate any damage. The team also provide litigation support and expert evidence evaluating the operation of contracts and the appropriateness of related payments.
He is a Visiting Professor and chairs Europe’s premier research unit in this area at University of Portsmouth. He has published more than 30 research reports and two books in this area. He was the founding Director-General of the European Healthcare Fraud and Corruption Network covering 28 European countries.
He has worked internationally across 43 countries to date. During more than 25 years as a forensic specialist, he has advised a diverse range of professional services firms, private companies, charities, pension schemes, Ministers (and Parliamentary Select Committees and the Attorney-General in the UK), as well as global mining companies, international Governments (including the Governments of China and New Zealand), and major public sector organisations.
Joining AHC in 2003, Karen has responsibility for the delivery of multi-faceted communication projects for some of AHC’s biggest clients. Karen has extensive experience in leading complex scheme change projects for a wide range of AHC clients.
She has over 30 years’ commercial experience in large corporate organisations including 25 years in senior strategic and operational communication roles. Her corporate experience is combined with excellent pensions knowledge and a proven track record in developing engaging communications strategies for clients.
Karen is an accredited member of, and examiner for, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and has received several international communication awards. In her spare time Karen is a keen cook and accomplished opera singer.
John has worked in pensions since 2006, joining Barnett Waddingham in 2014. In his role as Team Technical Lead, John provides technical support to those clients and client teams with particularly complex requirements, as well as supporting the activities of the wider administration business area.
John has previously been a team manager responsible for delivering administration services for a portfolio of clients, and has also taken a secondment opportunity to provide technical support to the administration provider for one of the UK’s largest private sector defined benefit pension schemes.
John is a graduate of York University and an Associate member of the Pensions Management Institute.