Event Details

When:

28/02/2019 at 7pm - 11pm

Where:

Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Upper Lesson Street, Dublin 4

Cost:

TABLE BOOKINGS
(Tables of 10,11 or 12 available)
Table booking(Member): €175.00 pp
Table booking(Non Member): €245.00 pp

INDIVIDUAL BOOKINGS
(You will be seated with other individuals. Cost includes wine)
Individual bookings (Member): €215.00 pp
Individual bookings (Non Member): €275.00 pp

Introduction

 The Irish Association of Pension Funds 2019 Annual Dinner

The IAPF Annual Dinner will take place on Thursday 28th February 2019 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 pensions calendar in Ireland. The IAPF Annual Dinner brings together over 650 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.

Timetable

IAPF Annual Dinner Order of Evening

7.00pm

Reception
Arrival of guests

7.45pm

Seating and Introductions 

  • Address by Peter Fahy, Chairperson, IAPF
  • Dinner
  • After Dinner Speaker -  Paul O'Donovan, Irish Olympic Rower, 

10.45pm

Ends

Dress: Black Tie

Speakers

click on image for biography Paul O'Donovan
Irish Olympic Rower

Booking

TABLE BOOKINGS
(Tables of 10,11 or 12 available)
Table booking(Member): €175.00 pp
Table booking(Non Member): €245.00 pp

INDIVIDUAL BOOKINGS
(You will be seated with other individuals. Cost includes wine)
Individual bookings (Member): €215.00 pp
Individual bookings (Non Member): €275.00 pp

CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellation Policy

Please note all cancellations and/or changes must be made in writing by close of business on Thursday 21st February 2019. Please note no refunds will be issued after this date.

 

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