Event Details


05/04/2017 at 4.30pm for 5.00pm - 6.15pm


Chartered Accountants House, Pearse Street,Dublin 2


Members: €75
Non Members: €125


IORPS II – What will it mean for Irish Pension Schemes?

The revised European Pensions Directive was passed into EU law in January and will have to become Irish law by January 2019. This seminar will look at the main aspects of the Directive, how it came about, the impact it will have on Irish schemes and what the next steps are.


This seminar has been allocated 1 hour by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We have confirmation for 1 CPD hour from the LIA and IOB under category 2. Pensions. (LIA Ref: LIA-O-14296), (IOB Ref: 2017-0897). We also have confirmation from the IIPM for 1 CPD hour.


4.30pm Seminar Registration & Refreshments
5.00pm Introduction
Elma Fox, Trustee Manager, Independent Trustee Limited

IORPS II – What will it mean for Irish Pension Schemes?
Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
IORPS II - A New Hope or the Phantom Menace
Stephen Gillick, Partner, Mason Hayes & Curran

Panel Discussion Audience Q&A
6.15pm Conclusion - Wine & Canape Reception
7.15pm Ends


click on image for biography Elma Fox
click on image for biography Jerry Moriarty
click on image for biography Stephen Gillick
Mason Hayes & Curran

See who is already attending

A&L Goodbody | Allianz Group Pension Scheme | An Post Superannuation Schemes | Bank of Ireland Group | Construction Workers' Pension Scheme | Department of Social Protection | Eirgrid | Independent Trustee Limited | Invesco Ltd | Irish Forestry Unit Trust | Irish Life Assurance | Irish Life Corporate Business | Irish Life Investment Managers | Irish Pensions Trust Limited | KPMG | Mason Hayes & Curran | New Ireland Assurance Company plc | Office of the Pensions Ombudsman | PwC | Ulster Bank Group Pension Schemes | William Fry | Willis Towers Watson | Xerox (Ireland) Limited | Zurich Life Assurance plc

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