Event Details


27/09/2016 at 7.30 to 9.15am


Chartered Accountants House, Pearse Street, Dublin 2


Pension Scheme Representatives: Free of Charge

Sponsored By

Insight Investment


Key Market Themes and Implications 

for Defined Benefit Pension Liability Risk Management

Financial markets are characterised by historically low interest rates and high volatility. Pension funds face the dual challenge of mitigating liability risks whilst maintaining their ability to pursue return. 

Insight Investment will provide a synopsis of the key market trends, explore the drivers of the interest rate markets as well as illustrate liability risk mitigation and risk controlled return strategies for defined benefit pension funds in this environment.

This event is open only to Trustees allowing them to openly share their own views, experiences and concerns.

CPD:  This Seminar has been allocated 1 hour by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. It has achieved 1 CPD hour under Category 2 – Pensions and Category 3 Investments from the LIA ( LIA-O-12029) and IOB (2016-1796). It has achieved 1 cpd hour from the IIPM and we have applied to the FPSB for 1 CPD hour. 


7.30am Registration, Breakfast Buffet

8.00am Introduction 
Jim Foley, Chairperson, IAPF

  Key Market Themes
David Jamieson, Insight Investment

Implications for Defined Benefit Pension Liability Risk Management

Serkan Bektas, Insight Investment

Irish Pensions Update
Jim Foley, Chairperson, IAPF

Panel Discussion Audience Q&A 

9.15am Ends


click on image for biography Serkan Bektas
Insight Investment
click on image for biography David Jamieson
Insight Investment
click on image for biography Jim Foley
Trustee Decisions

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