Event Details

When:

27/11/2014 at 8.15am to 12.30pm

Where:

The Printworks Dublin Castle

Cost:

Pension Scheme Representatives: Free of Charge
Members: €375
Non Members: €550

Sponsored By

 
EY

Introduction

THE IAPF  GOVERNANCE CONFERENCE 

With increased regulatory focus on trustees, good governance has become ever more important.   Trustees need to have robust procedures in place relating to how they organise themselves, deal with investment and funding issues and administer benefits. Recent regulatory consultations from the Pensions Authority have also focused on governance. A number of recent court cases have also shone the spotlight on trustees and employers. 

This event will look at these issues in depth and provide trustees and employers with an overview of their responsibilities and examples of best practice.

CPD: 
This conference has been allocated 3.5 hours by the IAPF  for on-going trustee training requirements. 

It has been accredited the following CPD hours by the LIA & IOB:  
Under Category 2. Pensions – 3.5 CPD Hours;  
Under Category 3. Savings & Investments – 3.5 CPD Hours;  
Under Category 8. Credit Unions with CUA, CUG, CUC– 3.5 CPD Hours  
(LIA Ref: LIA-O-5622)(IOB Ref: 2014-2243). 

It has also been accredited 3.5 CPD hours from the IIPM.

If you have a query relating to CPD hours please contact the relevant awarding body.

Timetable

Time

Subject

 8.15

Welcome, Conference Chair  
Alan Broxson , Conference Chair

Opening Address     
Rachael Ingle, Chairperson, IAPF


Regulator View on Pension Scheme Governance
Brendan Kennedy, The Pensions Authority

Why does Governance go wrong and how can you prevent it from doing so? 
Stephen Donnelly, TD, 
 

Pension Scheme Governance - A Trustee's Perspective
Charles Coase, Diageo


Panel Discussion 
Stephen Donnelly, TD, Charles Coase, Diageo & Brendan Kennedy, The Pensions Authority

10.00

 Break

10.30 

Making Strategic Decisions: Funding and Investment of DB Schemes
Robert Heaton, EY

Is Fiduciary Management the right approach for your Scheme? Why it made sense for us. 
Kevin Goss, Smurfit Kappa Group

Q&A
Kevin Goss, Smurfit Kappa Group & Robert Heaton, EY

Engaging with your Advisors

Paul Droop, Bank of Ireland


Engaging with Members
Eunice Dreelan, Irish Life Investment Managers

Panel Discussion
Paul Droop, BOI & Eunice Dreelan , Irish Life Investment Managers & Kirstie Flynn, Willis

12.30

 Close & Lunch

Please note: Conference topics and timings are subject to change.

Speakers

Alan Broxson
Independent
Robert Heaton
EY
Charles Coase
Stephen Donnelly
Kevin Goss
Smurfit Kappa Group
Paul Droop
Bank of Ireland
Brendan Kennedy
Pensions Authority
Rachael Ingle
Aon Hewitt / IAPF Council
Kirstie Flynn
Willis
Eunice Dreelan
Irish Life Investment Managers / IAPF Council

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