Event Details

When:

23/05/2017 at 7.30am-8.00am to 9.15am

Where:

Chartered Accountants House

Cost:

Pension Scheme Representatives: Free of Charge

Sponsored By

 
BMO Global

Introduction

Simon Bentley of BMO Global Asset Management will explain the benefits of Liability Driven Investment (LDI) and how it works in practice, covering the key investment tools used as well as the risks and how they are managed.  

We will walk you through the different portfolio structures that can be used to implement LDI in a pension fund, highlighting the pros and cons of each. Finally, we will discuss the idiosyncrasies of the Irish pensions market to help trustees identify some of the decisions they will need to take when setting a strategy designed to reduce their liability risk. 

This event is open to Trustees only in order to allow for open discussion. 


CPD

This seminar has been allocated 1 hour by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We will apply for 1 CPD hour from the LIA and the IOB under category 2. Pensions. (LIA Ref: TBC), (IOB Ref: TBC). We will also apply to the IIPM for 1 CPD hour.
CPD

Timetable

7.30 am 
Registration and Networking Breakfast Buffet
8.00am 
Event Commences, 
Presentation Simon Bentley, BMO Global Asset Management
Q&A
9.15am
Ends



Speakers

Simon Bentley
BMO Global Asset Management

Booking


Pension Fund Representatives (Non-Practitioner) : Free of Charge


The attendance fee is based on your organisation’s IAPF Membership Status.

Cancellation Policy
A substitution can be made at any time. All cancellations must be notified in writing/by email. For cancellations received within 10 working days a charge of 50% will apply. Cancellations received within 5 days will incur a 75% fee. No shows will be charged in full.





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