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Future meetings : Irish Pension Fund Investment Forum

Irish Pension Fund Investment Forum meetings currently take place in April and October. Additional meetings include an International Seminar in September. The Irish Forum meetings are morning seminars concluding with drinks and a buffet lunch. The timing of the seminars is approximately 9.00-13.45.

Meetings are held in suitable locations in Dublin.  Please note all our Seminars are held under the Chatham House Rule.

Topic: EPFIF International Seminar (go to Future Meetings/International Seminar)

Dates: from 5 September 2018 15:00 to 7 September 2018 15:00

Venue: Chateau St. Gerlach - Click here to view map

Topic: Pension Investment after Quantitative Easing: Managing the New Global Outlook

Date: 3 October 2018 from 09:00 to 14:00

Venue: Royal College of Physicians, Dublin - Click here to view map

Details: This seminar will look at the investment options available to Irish pension fund trustees as quantitative easing ends. How will divergent interest rates in the US, the UK and the Eurozone affect current investment and hedging strategies? How can pension funds plan to ensure assets best match liabilities in the future? What is the outlook for investments and currencies and how can you navigate the uncertainties over Brexit, trade wars, protectionism and EU political crises?

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UK Pension Fund Investment Forum
Money Purchase Pensions Forum
Benelux Forum – Belgian Meetings
Benelux Forum – Dutch Meetings
Pensioen Bestuurstafel
Pension Trustees Circle
Nordic Forum
Private Markets Investors Forum
Swiss International Forum
Southern Africa Pension Fund Investment Forum
International Seminar