IAPF ANNUAL DC CONFERENCE 2018
With the publication of the Government’s Roadmap for Pensions Reform there will be a lot of focus on pensions between now and 2023. How will this impact on pension schemes, trustees and employers? How will schemes evolve as more and more members start to retire with long DC service and larger pension pots? Do the current options serve members well and what are the real needs of people in retirement? Are Trustees ready for GDPR?
This half day conference will bring together over 250 trustees, pension schemes, HR and finance managers, policymakers and pension practitioners to consider and discuss these issues facing pension schemes today.
This event is allocated 4 CPD hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We havve applied for 4 CPD hour from the LIA and the IOB under category 2. Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours (LIA Ref: LIA02703_2018) & (IOB Ref: 2018-1075 . It was allocated 4 CPD hours by the IIPM.
Welcome Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
The Roadmap for Pensions Reform - An Overview Caroline Rowan, IAPF DC Committee / Aon
Towards a New Pensions Settlement: The International Experience Dr. Gregg McClymont, Aberdeen Standard Investments
Panel Discussion Panel Chair: Caroline Rowan, IAPF DC Committee / AonPanelists: Peter Fahy, IAPF Chairperson & Dr. Gregg McClymont, Aberdeen Standard Investments
Customer Centricity in PensionsRay McKenna, New Ireland Assurance
General Data Protection Regulation and Pensions Sarah McCague & Olivia Mullooly, Arthur Cox
A New Approach to Drawdown on Group DC PensionsColm Fagan
The Need to Prepare: Pension Policy and Adequate Income in Older AgeCorona Joyce, Age Action Ireland
How can we Change DC Retirement? Panel DiscussionPanel Chair: Eleanor Cunningham, IAPF DC Committee / McCann FitzGeraldPanelists: Damien Cooper, Acuvest, Paul Duignan, IAPF DC Comittee / ESB
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