When: Note this is a multi day event, starting 21/11/2023 for 11.45am to 1.00pm and finishing on 23/11/2023
Where: Online Event link & further information will be emailed to you upon registration
Cost: IAPF Member - Pension Scheme Representative (Non Practitioner): Free of Charge, IAPF Member - Practitioner (Organisations that provide professional services to pension funds): €150, Non Members: €275,
IAPF WINTER CONFERENCE
The IAPF Winter Conference will take place over three days online. Please join us daily live online or if you cannot make the live event - once you register you will receive a link to watch back on demand.
This Conference was allocated a total of 3 CPD hours over 3 days by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements.
Day 1 - We received 1 CPD hour from the LIA (LIA01055_2023), under Category 2. Pensions and under Category 3. Savings & Investments and PTP. We received confirmation from IOB (TBC) and the IIPM.
Day 2 - We received 1 CPD hour from LIA (LIA01056_2023) under Category 2. Pensions and under Category 3. Savings & Investments and PTP. We await confirmation from IOB (TBC) and the IIPM.
Day 3 - We received 1 CPD hour from LIA (LIA01057_2023) under Category 2. Pensions and under Category 3. Savings & Investments and PTP. We await confirmation from IOB (TBC) and the IIPM.
If you have a query relating to the CPD hours, please contact the relevant awarding bodies.
WelcomeChair of Day 1 Eleanor Cunningham, IAPF Council / Chairperson IAPF DC Committee
Innovations in DCPhil Dawes, Head of Distribution (UK&Ireland), Julien Halfon, Head of Pension and Corporate Solutions, BNP Paribas Asset ManagementPhil Dawes, Head of Distribution UK and Ireland and Julien Halfon, Head of Pension and Corporate Solutions at BNP Paribas Asset Management will be discussing the latest innovations in DC pensions to include designing a default fund, the integration of ESG and the rise of illiquid assets in DC portfolios.
DB FundingMike Kelly, Partner and Investment Consultant, and Christopher Delaney, Head of Risk Transfer, Mercer.The Pensions Authority’s recent publication of DB Statistics shows strong funding levels of DB schemes in Ireland. This session will look at the implications of that and what options are now open to DB schemes.
Kindly sponsored by BNP Paribas
WelcomeChair of Day 2 Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
2023 Global outlook Q4 update
Vivek Paul, Global Head of Portfolio Research and UK Chief Investment Strategist, BlackRock Investment Institute
Vivek Paul will be discussing the latest market outlook, with a particular focus on how geopolitics impacts markets. Geopolitics is one of the five structural mega forces that BII see’s affecting investing now – and far in the future.
WelcomeChair of Day 3 Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
The Modern DC Default – To and Through RetirementDavid Hutchins FIA, Portfolio Manager, Multi-Asset Solutions EMEA, AllianceBernsteinDavid Hutchins will describe the facets of the modern DC default for savers and retirees. He’ll draw on learnings and AB’s deep experience in designing and delivering DC solutions for clients in the UK and the US since 2005.
Preparing for DORA Jane McKeever, Of Counsel, Pensions, Eversheds SutherlandThe presentation will cover the background to the introduction to DORA. It will discuss the intended aims of the five key pillars of the legislation as well as the expected impact of the legislation on Irish occupational pension schemes and third party service providers. It will also include some tips for trustees to begin preparing their schemes for DORA coming into force.
Kindly sponsored by AllianceBernstein
*Timetable subject to change.
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