When: Note this is a multi day event, starting 05/10/2023 for Various and finishing on 06/10/2023
Where: Day 1 Printworks, Dublin Castle and Day 2 Online
Cost: IAPF Member - Pension Scheme Representative (Non Practitioner): Free of Charge, IAPF Member - Practitioner (Organisations that provide professional services to pension funds): €295, Non Members: €395,
IAPF AUTUMN CONFERENCE
The IAPF Autumn Conference will consider many of the issues facing Irish Pension Schemes including Cost Transparency, Post Retirement Solutions, the DB Endgame and the issues (other than IORP II) that schemes need to be thinking about including the impact of Auto-enrolment, Cyber Security and Diversity and Inclusion. We will also hear from Bill Galvin who brings a wealth of experience from his recent roles including CEO of the UK’s biggest pension scheme, the Universities Superannuation Scheme and his previous role as CEO of the Pensions Regulator in the UK.
Day 1 will be in person in the Printworks, Dublin Castle and Day 2 will be an on-line webinar focusing on “Creating a DC pension portfolio fit for the new macroeconomic reality”
This Conference was allocated a total of 4 CPD hours for both days by the IAPF for on-going trustee training requirements.
Day 1 - We received 3 CPD hours from the LIA (LIA16554_2023), under Category 2. Pensions and under Category 3. Savings & Investments and PTP. We await confirmation from IOB (TBC) and the IIPM.
Day 2 - We received 1 CPD hour from LIA (LIA16555_2023) under Category 2. Pensions and under Category 3. Savings & Investments and PTP. We await confirmation from IOB (TBC) and the IIPM.
If you have a query relating to the CPD hours, please contact the relevant awarding bodies.
IAPF Autumn Conference | 8:30am - 2:00pm | Thursday 5th October | Printworks, Dublin Castle
Delegate registrationBuffet breakfast
WelcomeKevin Cruise O'Shea, Chairperson, IAPF
The DB End GameJohn Lynch, Partner, Tim Gilbert, Partner, Lane Clark & Peacock
Cost Transparency / Value for MoneyProfessor Iain Clacher, Professor of Pensions & Finance
Post Retirement Solutions Around the GlobeBrendan Curran, Head of Defined Contribution, Americas, State Street Global Advisors
Panel Discussion/Q&AKevin Cruise O'Shea, Chairperson, IAPF, Brendan Curran, Head of Defined Contribution, Americas, State Street Global Advisors, Ciara Quinn, Enterprise Services, ESB | IAPF DC Committee, Richard Jones, Director of Product, Pricing and Distribution New Ireland
InterviewAnn Prendergast, IAPF, Bill Galvin, Former CEO, UK Pensions Regulator and the Universities Superannuation Scheme
Ends followed by Lunch
IAPF Autumn Conference | 12:00pm - 13:15pm | Friday 6th October | Online Only
Creating a DC pension portfolio fit for the new macroeconomic realityIan Rees – Investment Director & James Fouracre – Director, UK Institutional, Ruffer LLP
Increasing inflation volatility represents the greatest challenge to pension investors for a generation. A new regime and the collapse of the financial market status quo requires us to reimagine DC pension portfolio construction. No longer can we rely on yesterday’s logic.
We will explore solutions to DC pension investors needing to steer portfolios through the twists and turns of more abrupt economic cycles interacting with liquidity cycles and changing policy reaction functions.’
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