Event Details

When:

27/06/2022 for 10am-11.30am

Where:

Online Event

Cost:

Non Members: €50
Members: €25

Sponsored By

 
Tor

Introduction

Good Design of DC Pension Plans

The OECD recently published a Recommendation for the Good Design of Defined Contribution Pension Plans. Dr Pablo Antolin from the OECD will present on this recommendation. Following the presentation the panel will discuss the recommendations and also consider how the Design Principles for Ireland’s Automatic Enrolment Retirement Savings System can be considered.

Presentations

CPD

This event has been allocated 1.5 CPD hours by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements. We have received 1.5 CPD hours from the LIA (LIA14264_2022), the IOB (tbc) and the IIPM, under category 2. Pensions and PTP. If you have a query relating to the CPD hours, please contact the relevant awarding bodies.

Timetable

 

10:00am

Introduction
Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF

 

Presentation
Dr Pablo Antolin, Principal Economist and Head of the Private Pensions Unit, Deputy Head Consumer Finance, Insurance, Pensions (CFIP) Division, OECD

Pre- Recorded Interview
Dr Susan St. John, Director Retirement Policy and Research Centre, University of Auckland Business School

 

Panel Discussion
Jerry Moriarty, CEO, IAPF
Dr Pablo Antolin,Principal Economist and Head of the Private Pensions Unit, Deputy Head Consumer Finance, Insurance, Pensions (CFIP) Division, OECD
The Honourable Nicholas 'Nick' Sherry, Former Australian Minister for Superannuation and Chair of Trustees, TWU Super
David Harris, Director, TOR Financial Consulting

 11:30am

 

Ends

 

 

 

 

Speakers

click on image for biography Jerry Moriarty
IAPF
click on image for biography Dr Pablo Antolin
OECD
click on image for biography Dr Susan St John
University of Auckland Business School
click on image for biography The Honourable Nicholas 'Nick' Sherry
Former Australian Minister for Superannuation and Chair of Trustees, TWU Super
click on image for biography David Harris
TOR Financial Consulting
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