Upcoming Events

Event
Joint IAPF/IIPM Breakfast Meeting
Details
Date:
22/02/2017
Time:
07:45
Venue:
Imperial Hotel, South Mall, Cork
Duration:
1hr 15m
Award:
QFA Board
CPD Hours:
1

What can research tell us about DC members? This seminar will look at research from State Street Global Advisors and Irish Life Corporate Business that looks at the confidence of DC members, their expectations, their actual experience and how they can be categorised. It will then consider how this research can be used to design solutions, communications and strategies to ensure greater engagement and outcomes for members. 


 Notes: 
(i) The QFA Board have agreed to award 1 hour formal CPD credit for this breakfast meeting. 
(ii) IAPF/IIPM does not issue invoices for breakfast meetings - please photocopy the reservation form for your invoicing requirements. 
(iii) All reservations must be paid for by Friday 17th February 2017. 
(iv) Acknowledgements of reservations are not sent unless specifically requested.


John Campion
Vice President
State Street Global Advisors
John Campion is a Vice President of State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) and heads the Defined Contribution Relationship Management Team in Ireland. He has over 20 years' experience in the investment management industry, joining SSGA in 1999 where he has held a number of senior roles within the client area in that time.

His current role involves working closely with some of the largest DC pension schemes in the country focussing on fund selection, default fund construction and tailoring, DC member engagement and communication programmes with plan sponsors, trustees and consultants. John is also part of SSGA's global DC franchise which has considerable resources focussed on building out competitive defined contribution offerings tailored to meet regional and country-specific requirements ultimately aimed at better retirement solutions for DC members.

John started his career in 1993 with the investment arm of Allied Irish Bank Group Plc before moving to the capital markets division of Ulster Bank Group and later National Australia Trustees (an autonomous arm of National Australia Bank) where he was responsible for the corporate property trustee activities of large real estate portfolios.
John graduated from University College Dublin in 1992 with a Bachelor of Commerce - Accounting Degree.

Tony Lawless
Managing Director
Irish Life Corporate Business
Tony Lawless became Managing Director of Corporate Business Irish Life in 2016. Tony began his career with Irish Life over 25 years ago, and has carried out a number of key Senior Management roles before becoming Head of Partnership Institutions in 2005. Tony’s background is in sales, marketing and product roles. Tony was involved with launching PRSAs to the market.

He then took on responsibility for developing pensions across ILFS before becoming Director of Brokerage in 2010 and leading the transformation to a more sustainable and profitable organisation. During this period of change won the IBA Service Excellence Awards an unprecedented five years in a row.

In his new role, Tony’s main focus is Engagement– with DC Members, Employers, Brokers and Staff and will work with the rest of Group colleagues to ensure the further establishment of Irish Life Group’s reputation as a market leader. 
Tony graduated from Trinity College Dublin with BBS Business and an MBA from DCU.

Booking Information
Payment and Form to be returned to: 

Yvonne Sullivan 
Aon Hewitt, 
Building 5200
Cork Airport Business Park
Cork

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Facsimile (021) 4357834


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