Event Details

When:

20/09/2018 at 7.30am for 8.00am to 9.15am

Where:

The IAA Conference Centre, The Times Building, 11-12 D'Olier St, Dublin 2

Cost:

Members: €75
Non Members: €125

Introduction

With Consultation Papers issued on Simplification and Master Trusts and Auto-enrolment on the horizon, it is clear that DC pension provision in Ireland will change significantly in the coming years. At this seminar the IAPF will publish results from our survey on DC schemes in Ireland today. This will give a picture of contribution levels to occupational DC schemes, governance structures, investment strategies and charges experienced by members and those picked up by employers. This will provide the context for consideration of the various consultation papers and what they indicate about the future.

 

 

 

Presentations

CPD

This seminar is allocated 1.15 CPD hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We received confirmation of 1.15 CPD hours from the LIA,(LIA03350_2018) and IOB, (IOB2018-1930) We also received 1.15 CPD hours from the IIPM under category 2. Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours and category 3. Savings and Investments.

Timetable

7.30am

Registration 
Continental and Hot Buffet Breakfast

8.00am

Introduction 

8.05am

DC - The Future and Now

Graham Fox, Head of Distribution, Ireland, SSGA

 

Panel Discussion & Q&A  

Graham Fox, Head of Distribution, Ireland, SSGA

Amanda James, Director, Trustee Principles

Thomas Synnott, Head of Corporate Propositions, Zurich Life

9.00am

Ends

Speakers

click on image for biography Graham Fox
State Street Global Advisors
click on image for biography Amanda James
Trustee Principles
click on image for biography Thomas Synnott
Zurich Life

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