Event Details

When:

03/12/2015 at 8.30am to 1.00pm

Where:

The Printworks Dublin Castle

Cost:

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

Sponsored By

 
Alder Capital

Introduction

IAPF ANNUAL GOVERNANCE CONFERENCE  

With an ever increasing regulatory focus on governance and trustee actions this conference will focus on how trustees and employers manage risk and governance issues. It will consider these issues both from a high level and practical perspective with a view to providing trustees and employers the support they need to ensure their schemes are well governed and can improve outcomes for members. 

CPD: This conference has been allocated 4 hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We have received accreditation from the LIA (Ref:  LIA O 9279)  for 4 CPD hours under category 2. Pensions, 1.5 CPD hours under Category 3. Savings and Investments and 2 CPD hours under Ethics. It also received 4 hours CPD from the IOB (Ref: 2015-2367). We have also applied to the IIPM, and the FPB for 4 CPD hours and are awaiting confirmation. If you have a query relating to CPD hours please contact the relevant awarding body.

Speakers

click on image for biography Patrick Hogarty
Alder Capital
click on image for biography Bernie Gray
Accountability Board
click on image for biography Fergus Whelan
Irish Congress of Trade Unions
click on image for biography Roma Burke
LCP
click on image for biography John Mercer
Mercer
click on image for biography Deirdre Cummins
Matheson
click on image for biography Jamie McConville
LK Shields
click on image for biography Barry Holmes
RCSI
click on image for biography Robert Heaton
EY
click on image for biography James Kavanagh
Trustee Decisions
click on image for biography Mary Hutch
The Pensions Authority

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