Webcasts

The IAPF provide Webcasts as another way of keeping you up to date on all the important issues in the pensions arena. For a list of basic requirements to view this presentation please click here.

If you have any feedback or suggestions for further issues you would like to make, you can do so with this form.

Current Webcasts
Panel Discussion
Title: Benefits Conference: Panel Discussion Presented by: Cathal Fleming & Barry Holmes Viewing Time: 9.28 Published Date: 23.10.2012 Description: Click here to view [ ]
Barry Holmes
Title: Benefits Conference: DB Scheme Review - The Implementation Challenge Presented by: Barry Holmes Viewing Time: 21.44 Published Date: 23.10.2012 Description: Click here to view [ ]
Cathal Fleming
Title: Benefits Conference: Section 48 - The Priority Order Presented by: Cathal Fleming Viewing Time: 14.51 Published Date: 23.10.2012 Description: Click here to view [ ]
Panel Discussion - 2
Title: Benefits Conference: Panel Discussion - 2 Presented by: Anthony Linehan & Eldria Fraser Viewing Time: 09.01 Published Date: 23.10.2012 Description: Click here to view [ ]
Eldria Fraser
Title: Benefits Conference: Managing money in a low interest rate & volatile environment Presented by: Eldria Fraser Viewing Time: 19.50 Published Date: 23.10.2012 Description: Click here to view [ ]
Anthony Linehan
Title: Benefits Conference: Irish Amortising Bonds Presented by: Anthony Linehan Viewing Time: 16.53 Published Date: 23.10.2012 Description: Click here to view [ ]


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