Event Details

When:

30/11/2017 at 8.00am for 8.30am - 1.00pm

Where:

Printworks, Dublin Castle

Cost:

Pension Scheme Representatives: Free of Charge
Practitioners: €375
Non Members: €550

Sponsored By

 
Schroders
Trustee Decisions

Introduction

IAPF ANNUAL GOVERNANCE CONFERENCE

There is a continuing focus on and increasing expectations of good governance of pension schemes. This conference will consider key issues for trustees. The Regulator will outline the Pensions Authority’s expectations of trustees. We will hear how ESG is becoming a key investment issue. We will outline the issues coming down the line that trustees should be planning for. What can schemes do when there are governance failures in companies they invest in? How do regulators consider pensions from a consumer protection perspective?

This half day morning conference will bring together over 200 trustees, HR and finance managers, policymakers and service providers to consider and discuss issues facing pension schemes today.

CPD

This Conference has been allocated 4 hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We have confirmation of 3 hours CPD from the LIA (LIA00780_2017) and the IOB (2017-2386) under Category 2 – Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours and 1 hour of ethics.  We have also received 4 CPD hours from the IIPM.

Timetable

TimeSubject
8:30

Welcome, Conference Chairperson
Aileen Power, Standard Life Aberdeen

  What the regulator expects of trustees
Brendan Kennedy, Pensions Regulator, The Pensions Authority
 

When Governance goes wrong .......................
Nate Bear, Partner, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP

Panel Discussion

Nate Bear, Partner, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP
Ian Devlin, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland

Panel Moderator
Jim Foley, Director, Trustee Decisions

  ESG – Why is it important and how does it make a difference?
Andrew Howard, Head of Sustainable Research, Schroders
10:25 PQS Presentation
Peter Fahy, Chairperson, IAPF
10:30 BREAK
11:00

What’s coming next? The things trustees should be worrying about

Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF

Panel Discussion

Frances McNally, CERS Manager, Construction Executive Retirement Savings

Robert Haniver, Senior Associate, Mason Hayes and Curran

Peter Burke, Mercer

Panel Moderator
Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF

 

CMA review of investment consultancy and fiduciary management services
Joe Mottley, Director, Verus Advisory

 

Consumer Protection – Review of offerings to Trustees, Employers and Members Panel Discussion
Isolde Goggin, Chairperson, Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) 
Ger Deering, Financial Services and Pensions Ombudsman
Roma Burke, Council Member, The Pensions Council

Panel Moderator
James Kavanagh, CEO, Trustee Decisions

  Chairperson’s Closing
Aileen Power, Standard Life Aberdeen
13:00 Lunch

Speakers

click on image for biography Aileen Power
Standard Life Aberdeen
click on image for biography Brendan Kennedy
Pensions Authority
click on image for biography Nate Bear
Robbins Geller
click on image for biography Ian Devlin
Eversheds Sutherland
click on image for biography Jim Foley
Trustee Decisions
click on image for biography Andrew Howard
Schroders
click on image for biography Jerry Moriarty
IAPF
click on image for biography Frances McNally
CPAS
click on image for biography Robert Haniver
MASON HAYES & CURRAN
click on image for biography Peter Burke
Mercer
click on image for biography Joe Mottley
Versus Advisory Limited
click on image for biography James Kavanagh
Trustee Decisions
click on image for biography Isolde Goggin
The Competition Authority
click on image for biography Ger Deering
Financial Ombudsman
click on image for biography Roma Burke
LCP

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