Event Details

When:

29/11/2018 at 8.00am for 8.30am - 1.00pm

Where:

The Printworks, Dublin Castle

Cost:

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

Sponsored By

 
APT
Schroders

Introduction

At our recent Benefits Conference the Pensions Regulator highlighted that good governance will be an even bigger issue for trustees from 2019 with trustees having to prove to the Pensions Authority that they are running the scheme effectively. This Conference will look at the many issues trustees are grappling with from IORP II, GDPR, European regulation and investment issues.

This half day morning conference will bring together over 250 trustees, HR and finance managers, policymakers and service providers to consider and discuss issues facing pension schemes today. Bookings are now open and further details of the conference will follow. 

TOPICS CONFIRMED TO DATE: IORP II – the future for trustees | Sustainability: integrating investment risks of the future | GDPR – What it means for you | Better Balance | Master Trusts

SPEAKERS CONFIRMED TO DATE: Eunice Dreelan, IAPF Vice-Chairperson | Vincent Boyle, APT Workplace Pensions | Brian Buggy, Matheson | Belinda Gan, Schroders | Garrett O’Neill, Data Protection Commissioners Office

More details to follow

CPD

This conference is allocated 4 CPD hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We will apply for 4 CPD hours from the LIA and the IOB under category 2. Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours (LIA Ref: TBC) & (IOB Ref: TBC). We will also apply for 4 CPD hours from the IIPM.

Booking

Pension Fund Representatives (Non-Practitioner) : Free of Charge*

Practitioner: €375.00 per person*
(Organisations that provide professional services to pension funds)

Non Member: €550.00 per person*

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