IAPF BENEFITS WEEK ONLINE
The IAPF Benefits Week Online will take place from the 19-21 October online over three days. This event will be will bring together trustees, Pensions schemes, HR and finance managers, policymakers and service providers to consider and discuss issues facing pension schemes today.
This event will be allocated 3 CPD hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We will apply for 1 CPD hours per day to the LIA, the IOB and the IIPM under category 2. Pensions, Pension Trustee Practitioners (PTP) hours. If you have a query relating to the CPD hours, please contact the relevant awarding bodies. CPD Day 1 LIA(09593_2020) & IOB(2020-2267) | CPD Day 2 LIA(09594_2020) & IOB(2020-2269) | CPD Day 3 LIA(09595_2020) & IOB(2020-2268)
Monday 19 October
Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
Women and Retirement in a post COVID-19 world: Pensions Policies, New Zealand and Ireland
Susan St John -Director Retirement Policy and Research Centre, University of Auckland Business School
The Rise and Rise of Master Trusts?
Alistair Byrne, Head of Pensions and Retirement Strategy, EMEA – State Street Global Advisors
Tuesday 20 Oct
Elma Fox, Member, IAPF Benefits Committee
IORP II – UK Implementation
Mark Dowsey, Senior Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
The coming evolutionary jump in Irish pensions
Shane O’Farrell, Head of Product Development, Irish Life
Wednesday 21 Oct
Eunice Dreelan, Chairperson, IAPF
Income Adequacy in Retirement
Barra Roantree, Research Officer, ESRI
US Elections – Chaos or Business as Usual?
Elliot Hentov, Head of Policy Research, State Street Global Advisors
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