What’s on your 2021 trustee agenda?
Aimed at helping trustees/pension managers set their trustee agendas for 2021. With the positive outlook of vaccines and emergence from a COVID world, this session will consider two key topics for Trustees to consider in 2021, with practical guidance from our panel of experts.
ESG and Climate risk management will continue to be an area of focus for trustees. Trustees are once again called to action for improved governance standards, better measurement and transparency. New Climate risk reporting obligations, whilst initially focused on the larger institutions, will quickly apply to the wider scheme population. This session will help trustees understand their current obligations, and how these will evolve over time.
A revised DB funding code of practice is on the horizon with a new “twin-track” approach to compliance. Trustees will need to review, define and align Long Term Funding Targets with the Technical Provisions. This session will consider the investment implications of this new guidance, helping trustees to put a realistic strategic plan in place.
Feesfree for members and non-members
1 hourof CPD
- ESG and Climate risk management
- DB funding code
- Pension scheme managers
- Policy advisers
- Corporate IFAs
- Investment managers
- Communication professionals
- Scheme secretaries
- Financial directors
- HR representatives
Ajeet is Co-Head of River and Mercantile Solutions and has responsibility for the quality and evolution of client-driven services. He focusses on working with trustees to understand their specific investment and governance needs in order to design innovative solutions to achieve their funding objectives.
As a qualified actuary with extensive experience in both investment consulting and asset management, Ajeet re-joined us in 2016 having spent the last few years in Deutsche Bank’s asset management businesses. Prior to that, he was a lead investment consultant advising several of our defined benefit and defined contribution clients.
Ajeet has a degree in Mathematics from Warwick University.
Clifford Sims heads Squire Patton Boggs’ Pensions Practice Group and is the UK lead for the Firm’s Institutional Investors Group. He is recognised by Chambers UK and Legal 500 as a leading individual in pensions law.
He advises trustees, local authorities, sovereign wealth funds, product providers, investment banks and sponsoring employers on pensions and investment issues.