Event Details

When:

30/04/2015 at 4.00pm - 6.15pm

Where:

Institute of Chartered Accountants, Dublin 2

Cost:

Members: €75
Non Members: €125

Introduction

The IAPF Annual General Meeting will take place at 4.00pm on the 30th April 2015 in the Chartered Accountants House, Pearse Street, Dublin 2, as already advised to Member Representatives. Afterwards, at 4.45pm a Seminar will take place which will look at two high profile court cases which took place last year involving pension schemes. Maurice Whyms, actuary to the Trustees of the Omega Pharma scheme, will present on the issues that led to the legal dispute between the trustees and the employer and eventually resulted in a High Court ruling. John O'Connell, who advised the Waterford Crystal workers, will present on the issues that went to the European Court of Justice and the settlement agreed with the Irish Goverment. 


CPD: This seminar has been allocated 1 hour by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. It has been accredited 1 CPD hour by the LIA & IOB under Category 2. Pensions and Category (LIA Ref: LIA-O-7398)(IOB Ref: 2015-0992). It has also been accredited 1 CPD hour from the IIPM. If you have a query relating to CPD hours please contact the relevant awarding body.

Timetable


 

TIMETABLE AGM

4.00pm

Registration, refreshments (for those attending the AGM)

4.15pm

IAPF AGM

 

TIMETABLE SEMINAR

4.45pm

Registration, refreshments (for those attending the seminar)

5.00pm

Introduction

 

Rachael Ingle, Managing Director, Aon Hewitt

 

 

Presentations

 

Omega Pharma - Maurice Whyms, Willis Risk Services

Waterford Crystal - John O'Connell, Trident Consulting

 

Q&A

 

6.10pm

Conclusion

6.15pm

Refreshments

7.00pm

Ends

Speakers

Rachael Ingle
Aon Hewitt / IAPF Council
Maurice Whyms
Willis Corporate Employee Benefits
John O'Connell
Trident Consulting

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