On this page you will find information on the activities of the PMI Eastern Regional Group. This includes those living and/or working in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. Meetings normally take place in Ipswich and Norwich.
Chair: Ross Wilson Email: email@example.com
Vice Chair: Laura Sayer Email: Laura.Sayer@mills-reeve.com
Treasurer: Barry Gostling Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Andy Yates Email: email@example.com
Membership Secretary: Laura Sayer Email: Laura.Sayer@mills-reeve.com
Education Secretary: TBC
Communications Officer: Susan Eldridge Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Commitee Members: Jon Foot, Sue Curryer and Brian Kite
Our commitment to you
Our purpose is to support and promote the aim of the PMI through local activities, arranging events and educational seminars for the benefit of members. We will achieve this by: arranging half day seminars during the season, each providing CPD content; communicating with members by issuing a regular newsletter; providing a forum for pensions professionals to meet and discuss all aspects of pension schemes; providing support for students; and representing the views of members to the Council of the PMI.
Programme of events
Please refer to the Regional section of PMI News.
Our next afternoon seminar is planned for 30 October in Norwich, starting with a buffet lunch about 12 noon. Topics / speakers should include an update on the CMA investigation from Aon Hewitt, educating and guiding scheme members by WEALTH at Work and a talk by XPS on reducing DB risk by member options and mitigating DB transfer risk by careful communication. We hope to have a fourth speaker too. Full details will hopefully be contained in October’s Regional News and should be emailed to members in late September.
If you wish to be added to our distribution list, or require any other Eastern Region information please contact Susan Eldridge at email@example.com
All Regional Group meetings and events qualify for CPD hours which you can use towards your PMI CPD requirement. These would come under the 'Events/Seminars/Conferences' category and you can claim a maximum of 3.5 CPD hours for each based on your assessment of its value to you.