Event Page: IAPF Annual Dinner(23/02/2017)

Event Details

When:

23/02/2017 at 7pm - 11pm

Where:

Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Upper Lesson Street, Dublin 4. Special rate for an overnight stay (subject to availability), €125 Single, €145 Double/Twin (Inc. Breakfast). Please contact the reservations team on (Tel. +353 1 6185600)

Cost:

Introduction

The Irish Association of Pension Funds

“2017 Annual Dinner”


The IAPF Annual Dinner will take place on Thursday 23rd February 2017 in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin 4. You are invited to book for what has proven to be one of the biggest events in the pension’s calendar in Ireland.  The IAPF Annual Dinner brings together over 600 of our members and guests and promises to be an evening of great food and entertainment,  as well as a superb opportunity to catch up with friends and acquaintances.  Deadline date for receipt of bookings and cancellations is Thursday 16th February 2017. 

Click here to view photos from last year’s Annual Dinner.

Timetable

IAPF Annual Dinner Order of Evening

7.00pm    Reception

7.45pm   Seating and Introductions

  • Address by Jim Foley, Chairperson IAPF
  • Address Leo Varadkar, Minister for Social Protection
  • Dinner
  • After Dinner Speaker Nigel Owens, International Rugby Referee

10.45pm  Ends

Dress: Black Tie


Speakers

Nigel Owens
Leo Varadkar T.D.

Booking


Bookings for the Annual Dinner are now closed. Please note our cancellation policy below

Cancellation Policy
A substitution can be made at any time. All cancellations must be notified in writing/by email. For cancellations received within 7 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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