Pensions Aspects Live
The award-winning Pensions Aspects Live is aimed at pensions professionals and those working in aligned business areas. The event complements our member magazine, Pensions Aspects, and draws on the current issues and challenges facing employee benefit consultants, administrators, trustees, lawyers and members.
In-person Fees- Free for members
- Affiliate and corporate members: £300 (+VAT)
- Non-members: £600 (+VAT)
Virtual Feesmembers free
affiliate and corporate members free
non-members £100 (+VAT)
More details to follow.
- Pension Scheme Managers
- Policy advisers
- Corporate IFAs
- Investment managers
- Communication professionals
IET London, 2 Savoy Pl, London WC2R 0BL
As one of the key figures behind two of the most successful digital banks in the UK, Jason has a wealth of lessons in the behaviour of a new generation of banking customers as well as the challenges incumbent businesses face.
He also looks at the pitfalls of digital transformation, how to innovate and create new products, and what the future of banks and money looks like.
Tech entrepreneur, Jason Bates is the co-founder of Monzo and Starling Bank, two of the most successful and revolutionary financial services companies of recent times.
He now leads his own fintech consultancy and is one of the presenters on the podcast, FinTech Insider which covers everything from digital banking and consumer behaviour to the future of blockchain and cryptocurrencies.
Arnab Das is Global Market Strategist in the EMEA region, based in London, and a member of Invesco’s Global Thought Leadership team. He helps develop and communicate analysis and insight on the global economy and financial markets across asset classes for clients, media, governments and central banks. He works with Invesco’s investment teams across disciplines and regions and is a member of Invesco’s Global Investor Forum Advisory Council with a focus on global macro and emerging markets. Arnab’s research interests span economic policy, performance and reform; and economic and financial history.
Arnab joined Invesco in 2015 as Head of EM macro research for Invesco Fixed Income. He began his career in finance in 1992, and has served as Co-head of Economic Research & Strategy at Roubini Global Economics; Co-head of Global Economics & Strategy, Head of Global FX Research, and Head of EM Economics & Strategy at Dresdner Kleinwort; and Head of EEMEA Research at JP Morgan. He has also been a private consultant in global and emerging markets, as well as consulting with Trusted Sources, a specialist EM research boutique.
Arnab’s studies were in macroeconomics, economic history and international political economy. He received an AB from Princeton University in 1986 and completed his postgraduate and doctoral work at the London School of Economics in 1987-1992.
Uche Enemchukwu is the Co-founder and CEO of Nelu Diversified Consulting Solutions (“Nelu”), a global diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) consultancy that specializes in employee benefits and Total Rewards. With offices in the United States and United Kingdom, Nelu has garnered the attention of global plan sponsors and news outlets, as well as the recognition of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business for its innovative approach and social impact.
Possessing deep benefits experience, Uche began her career as an associate attorney at a large law firm with a well-regarded and sophisticated human capital and benefits practice. She then transitioned to consulting at Willis Towers Watson, where she drove benefits compliance and strategy results for Fortune 100 employers. Before founding Nelu, Uche led retirement compliance at Boeing, which has some of the largest and most complex benefits plans in existence. She also developed, designed, and implemented a Total Rewards DE&I function at Boeing, through which she executed multiple first-of-their-kind solutions.
Uche received her J.D. and LL.M. in Taxation from Washington University in St. Louis. There, she was awarded the Dagen-Legomsky International Public Interest Fellowship and taught undergraduate-level international human rights courses in the Netherlands. Uche received her B.A. in History and International Comparative Area Studies from Duke University.
Steph leads Barnett Waddingham’s creative communication consultancy, DrumRoll, and provides strategic advice to a range of clients in the UK.
She has developed an in-depth knowledge and expertise over many years of working in communications enabling her to communicate pension, employee benefits and financial wellbeing content to people through numerous channels.
By using creative thinking and effective delivery, Steph’s passion is to help real people of all ages and from all backgrounds understand technical subjects and enable them to take educated decisions.
Claire joined The World Gold council in 2020 to head up distribution relationships across Europe. She has spent more than 13 years working in front office sales roles within financial services firms including Bloomberg, Credit Suisse and most recently The Bank of New York Mellon in London.
Helen joined Hargreaves Lansdown in August 2021 as a senior pensions and retirement analyst. She works with the media to raise awareness of key retirement issues to help people build financial resilience in retirement. Helen has 18 years’ experience in the pensions industry.
Prior to joining Hargreaves Lansdown Helen worked as a pension specialist at Royal London where she provided media comment and research on issues such as auto-enrolment, investment, retirement income and state benefit take up.
She was also an award-winning pensions journalist working on titles such as Professional Pensions, Global Pensions and Retirement Planner.
Jeremy joined The World Gold Council in 2021 to develop relationships with key institutional investors across Europe and raise awareness around gold as an asset class. He has over 15 years’ experience in global multi-asset investment strategies and solutions. Prior to joining the World Gold Council, Jeremy worked as Senior Investment Strategist at State Street Global Advisors and prior to that was part of the portfolio construction team at Bank of Ireland Asset Management. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation.
With over 20+ years in the UK pensions industry, Andy is widely recognised as a DC market expert, having held various senior positions in global consulting firms, within asset management and with insured/bundled pension providers.
Andy leads DC investment at Aviva Investors, supporting the formation of its current and future DC market strategy. This follows a 9 months project with AI and a 7 month project with Aviva, where Andy re-engineered the distribution strategy for the Aviva Workplace pensions business, as well as reviewing ‘direct’ business distribution strategy for Aviva Life.
Prior to working with Aviva, Andy spent 3 years running the £22bn Zurich corporate pensions business and oversaw M&A disposal to Scottish Widows (Lloyds Banking Group) in April 2018, working with the new owners in transition, up to the point of regulatory transfer of asset ownership. Before this, Andy ran the UK DC distribution team for JP Morgan Asset Management and before that, he spent the last 10 years of his consulting career advising large corporate clients as well as running teams of DC consultants in senior DC consulting positions at KPMG, Deloitte and Mercer.
Previously, Andy was the Managing Director and founder of his own consulting business Apollo Financial Ltd.
Louise Sivyer is the interim Head of Policy in TPR’s Regulatory Policy Directorate, leading the team responsible for developing regulatory policy that delivers across TPR’s strategic priorities and encompasses DB, DC and public service schemes.
Louise joined the Regulator in 2007 and has worked in both policy and operational teams. Before joining the Regulator, Louise held technical roles in the pensions industry ranging across personal and occupational pensions, third party pension administration, and TPAS (The Pensions Advisory Service).
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Go Pensions are specialist independent evaluators. We offer four main services: Sourcing, Strategy, Implementation and Review, across a number of markets such as Third Party Administration, Master Trusts, Professional Trustees, In-house functions and Administration Systems.
Our team of pensions industry experts supports across a range of projects. These include first-time outsourcing, TPA and System reviews, provider migrations, Master Trust selections and Flexible Benefits providers.
We use an objective and unbiased approach to drive value for clients, finding the best fit for their scheme, sponsors and members.