THE IAPF ANNUAL BENEFITS CONFERENCE 2018
The Irish Pensions system is set for major change over the coming months and years, with consultation papers issued recently on the State Pension,Reform and Simplification of the private pension system,Master Trusts and the Auto-enrolment Strawman. In addition to this, the IORP II Directive needs to be transposed into Irish law by next January and schemes will be required to report on assets and liabilities to the ECB and EIOPA. This conference will look as these issues and what they mean for pension schemes and those who run them.
This conference is allocated 4 CPD hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We have confirmation of 4 CPD hours from the LIA, the IOB and the IIPM under category 2. Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours (LIA Ref: LIA03466_2018) & (IOB Ref: 2018-2052 ).
Welcome, Conference ChairpersonPeter Fahy, Chairperson, IAPF
What is coming next? What Trustees should be planning for....Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
A New Approach to SupervisionBrendan Kennedy, Pensions Regulator, Pensions Authority
What does it all mean? Panel DiscussionFrancois Barker, Partner & Head of Pensions, Eversheds Sutherland Ann Prendergast, Managing Director and Head of State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) Ireland
New ECB Statistical Reporting RequirementsRory McElligott, Head of Statistics, Central Bank of Ireland
PQS PresentationPeter Fahy, Chairperson, IAPF
The Future of Fixed Income is anything but Fixed
Claire Cullen, Vice President, GFICC Group, J.P.Morgan Asset Management
How can Trustees become "Qualified"? Bill Hannan, Chief Academic Officer, LIAElma FFox, IIPM
Panel DiscussionRichard Dignam, Trustee, daa, Bill Hannon, Chief Academic Officer, LIAGraham Dawson, William Fry, Elma Fox, IIPM
An Introduction BlockchainRoy Wilson, Senior Solution Architect, Microsoft
Chairperson’s ClosingPeter Fahy, Chairperson, IAPF
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