Event Details


21/03/2019 at 11am to 12am


Pre Registration Required See below for Link


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The Future of Irish Pensions

We are delighted to announce our first webinar to all IAPF members bought to you in partnership with Aon. This webinar will allow you to participate from your location of convenience, and is delivered on an interactive platform, which enables you to take part in live poll questions and you can submit questions to the panel of speakers at any point of the discussion.

Jerry Moriarty will lead the discussion on thoughts and best practice ideas to help trustees remain compliant with the increasingly demanding governance burdens. The Ireland pensions landscape is evolving at a rapid pace. Economic challenges, legislative change and asset volatility pose a wide variety of risks and challenges to pension schemes.

During this webinar we will discuss the key governance challenges that schemes across the country face including:

  • The IORP II directive
  • Pensions Roadmap – 2018 to 2023
  • EIOPA / ECB reporting requirements
  • EIOPA Stress Tests
  • Anti-money laundering

Register for this thought provoking discussion giving great insights on how to navigate the changes ahead, and help reduce tomorrow's burdens today and ensure that your scheme is fit for the future. 

To participate register here*

*The registration page is hosted by Aon. Upon clicking to book your attendance you will be directed to a non IAPF page



This seminar is allocated 1 CPD hour by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We have applied for 1 CPD hour from the LIA (LIAO5500_2019)  IOB (2019-1079) and IIPM under category 2. Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours and category 3. Savings and Investments.


click on image for biography Jerry Moriarty

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