Event Details

When:

26/04/2017 at 4.30pm for 5.00pm - 6.15pm

Where:

Chartered Accountants House, Pearse Street,Dublin 2

Cost:

Members: €75
Non Members: €125
Pension Scheme Representatives: Free of Charge

Sponsored By

 
New Ireland

Introduction

Passive or Active Management – Which is the Best Approach?

The Active versus Passive management debate has been ongoing since the early 1970s. A case can be made for each approach with both strategies having advantages and disadvantages that should be considered by pension investors and trustees alike. In this interactive debate Andy Ivory-Corr, Head of Investment Sales, New Ireland Assurance and Graham Fox, Vice President of State Street Global Advisors and Head of Domestic Intermediaries in Ireland, will share their views as to why they believe you should choose one approach over the other.

AGM

Prior to the seminar the IAPF Annual General Meeting will take place at 5.00pm as advised to Member Representatives.

CPD

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 are awaiting confirmation from the IOB under category 2. Pensions. (LIA Ref: 14373), (IOB Ref: 2017-0958). We also have confirmation from the IIPM for 1 CPD hour.
CPD

Timetable


TIMETABLE AGM
4.45pm AGM Registration & Refreshments
5.00pm AGM Commences
5.30pm AGM Ends

TIMETABLE SEMINAR
5.00pm Seminar Registration & Refreshments
5.30pm Introduction
Peter Fahy, IAPF, Eversheds-Sutherland
5.35pm Is there really a secret Sauce?
Graham Fox, State Street Global Advisors
  Active Investment: The Certainty of Uncertainty
Andy Ivory-Corr, New Ireland Assurance

Audience Q&A
6.30pm Conclusion - Wine & Canape Reception
7.30pm Ends

Speakers

Peter Fahy
Eversheds Sutherland / IAPF Council
Andy Ivory Corr
New Ireland Assurance
Graham Fox
State Street Global Advisors

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