SAVE THE DATE
Current Highlights in Pensions Seminar (CHIPS) will also take place in the following cities accross the UK;
London: 23 November
Leeds: 30 November
The seminars are designed for qualified actuaries and nearly qualified actuaries who work or have an interest in UK pensions. The programme will cover highlights from the recent Joint Risk, Investment, Pensions Conference in June and other current pension’s issues.
You can claim your CPD in attending these events.
Contact Niki Park for more information.
020 7632 2152
|09.00-09.30||Registration and refreshments|
Speaker: Quang Le
Opening Plenary: QE and the Inflation Dogma
Speaker: Richard Silveira
Workshop Session A
A1: New Political Paradigm
Speaker: Lars Kreckel
A2: Resource & Environmental Issues: Practical Guide for Pension Actuaries
Speakers: Andrew Claringbold and Evie Calcutt
Workshop Session B
B1: Running off Mature Schemes
Speaker: Nigel Jones
B2: DGFS – Too much D and not enough G
Speaker: Toby Nangle, Global Co-Head of Multi Asset and Abhishek Srivastav, Head of UK Pension Solutions
Plenary 2: The Professional Toolkit: A simple approach to managing and assessing culture in the workplace
Speaker: Paul Harwood, Holloway Friendly Society
The session is organised around the DWP’s Green Paper themes of security and sustainability of defined benefit pension schemes. Delegates will participate in small group discussions on key topics on scheme funding, investment, regulation, consolidation and stressed schemes. The aim is to encourage robust, informed and open discussions, to share knowledge and experience with peers. Discussions will be run under Chatham House rule, there is no requirement for formal report back to the group.
Following the breakout sessions delegates will have the opportunity to further their conversation with a panel of non-actuaries. They too will be familiar with the DWP’s Green Paper on the same topics of security and sustainability in DB pension schemes. This interactive session aims to gain insight into the DWP consultations and the responses from the industry and the profession.
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