THE IAPF ANNUAL BENEFITS CONFERENCE 2019
This conference will look at topical issues and also focus on the future of DB schemes in Ireland as the nature of schemes change with no new entrants and a long run off phase. We will also hear first-hand on the work the EU is doing on sustainable finance and how its recently published taxonomy will help. We will take a very practical look at death benefits in schemes and the pensions gender gap.
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. Bookings are now open and further details of the conference will follow.
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 (LIA06625_2019), the IOB (2019-2045) and the IIPM under category 2. Pensions and Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours and 2 CPD hours under category 3. Investments. If you have a query relating to the CPD hours, please contact the relevant awarding bodies.
Welcome & Opening AddressJerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
Taxonomy, Trajectory and Eco-Label: understanding the complexity of the EU Action Plan for Financing Sustainable Growth
Professor Andreas G. F. Hoepner Ph.D
Panel DiscussionChair: Emma Jane Joyce, Ireland Strategic Investment Fund. Panelists: Professor Andreas G. F. Hoepner Ph.D, Anthony MacGuinness, Irish Life Investment Managers, Jim Foley, Trustee Decisions
Employer CovenantDavid Main, A&L Goodbody
Delivering on the DB Promise: the annuity solutionShane O'Farrell, Irish Life
Buy In - A Sponsors PerspectiveStuart Edmonds, Danske Bank
Panel DiscussionChair: Emer Reid, Irish Life Corporate Business, Panelists: Tom Saunders, Danske Bank Pension Scheme Trustee, Shane O'Farrell, Irish Life, Stuart Edmonds, Danske Bank
Welcome BackJerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
Are you thinking about Death?IAPF Benefits Committee Presentations, Ross Mitchell and Stephen Gillick, joined by Emilianna Fitzgerald
ESRI Report on Gender, Pensions and Income in RetirementBertrand Maitre, ESRI
Q&A Chaired by: Elma Fox, IAPF Benefits Committee
Closing Remarks Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
Timetable Subject to Change
A&L Goodbody | Abbey Capital | Acumen & Trust | Aer Lingus | Alan Broxson | Alder Capital DAC | Allianz Group Pension Scheme | Allied Irish Banks plc | An Post Superannuation Schemes | Aon |APT Workplace Pensions | BNY Mellon Investment Management EMEA Limited | Cadbury Ireland Pension Trust Company Ltd by Guarantee | Construction Executive Retirement Savings | Construction Workers' Pension Scheme | Coras Iompair Éireann | Diageo Ireland | eircom Superannuation Fund | EirGrid | elipsLife | First Active Pension Scheme | Glanbia plc | GlaxoSmithKline (Ireland) Ltd | Horse Racing Ireland | HSBC Global Asset Management | IBM Ireland Ltd | ICOS/DEA Pension Trustees Ltd | Independent Trustee Limited | Invesco Ltd | Irish Life Corporate Business | Joseph G. Byrne & Sons Consulting Actuaries Ltd | KBC Bank Ireland | Kerry Group plc | Lane Clark & Peacock Ireland Ltd | Mason Hayes & Curran | Mazars | McCann FitzGerald | Mercer | OSK | Pensions Authority | PwC | RTÉ | Schroders | State Street Global Advisors Ireland |Tesco Ireland Ltd | The Bank of New York Mellon SA/NV, Dublin Branch | Transport Infrastructure Ireland | Trident Consulting |Trustee Principles Limited | Ulster Bank Group Pension Scheme (ROI) | William Fry | Willis Towers Watson | Xerox (Ireland) Limited | Zurich Life Assurance plc |
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