When: Note this is a multi day event, starting 17/05/2022 for 10am - 11.15am each day and finishing on 19/05/2022
Where: Online Conference | Event link & further information will be emailed to you upon registration
Cost: IAPF Member - Pension Scheme Representative (Non Practitioner): Free of Charge, Members: €125, Non Members: €250, IAPF Member - Practitioner (Organisations that provide professional services to pension funds): €125,
IAPF DC CONFERENCE WEEK
The IAPF DC Conference Week will take place online from 17-19 May 2022. This event will bring together trustees, Pensions,HR and finance managers, policymakers and service providers.
You only need to book once to view each day live or view back on demand. You will be sent the link to join each day once you have booked on the IAPF website and registered on the event platform.
This Conference will be allocated 3 CPD hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We received CPD hours from the LIA , we await confirmation from the IOB and the IIPM under category 2. Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours and category 3. Savings & Investments. If you have a query relating to the CPD hours, please contact the relevant awarding bodies.
CPD Day 1: LIA (LIA14010_2022) 1 CPD in Category 2. Pensions and category 3. Savings & Investments. IOB (2022-1587)
CPD Day 2: LIA (LIA14011_2022) 1 CPD in Category 2. Pensions and category 3. Savings & Investments. IOB (2022-1588)
CPD Day 3: LIA (LIA14012_2022) 1 CPD in Category 2 Pensions and PTP. IOB (2022-1589)
Tuesday 10:00am - 11:15am
Welcome Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF, Chair of Day 1
Delivering impact through private assetsTim Horne, Head of UK Institutional Defined Contribution, Schroders
As many schemes move to decarbonise their portfolios and have increasingly regulatory pressure to report on the impact their portfolio is having, private markets solutions can play an important role, providing not only diversified long-term returns but also a positive environmental and social impact. In this session, we will discuss how a diversified portfolio across private markets asset classes and sectors focused on climate and social themes can help facilitate the transition to a more sustainable future. We explore climate change investing, how a portfolio can be accessible DC schemes and how to measure impact.
Auto Enrolment UpdateTim Duggan, Assistant Secretary General, Department of Social Protection Clare Dowling, Principal Officer, Auto Enrolment Programme
With the recent publication of the Design Principles for Auto-enrolment we will hear from the Department of Social Protection on the main features of and thought process behind the final design.
Wednesday 10:00am -11:15am
WelcomeCiara Quinn, Enterprise Services, ESB, IAPF DC Committee, Chair of Day 2
Supervisory update from the Pensions AuthorityGrace Guy, Head of Supervision and Enforcement, Pensions Authority
Investment Opportunities in a Reflationary RegimeHani Redha, Managing Director, Portfolio Manager, Global Multi-Asset, PineBridge Investments, London
Thursday 10:00am - 11:15am
WelcomeEleanor Cunningham, IAPF Council, Chairperson IAPF DC Committee, Chair of Day 3
How do DC Master Trusts stack up versus Auto Enrolment?Shane O'Farrell, Director of Product Development, Irish Life
The Future of DC - Panel DiscussionThomas Synnott, IAPF Council, IAPF DC Committee, Sean Egan, IAPF DC Committee, Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
Timetable is subject to change
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