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Future meetings : Money Purchase Pensions Forum
The Forum normally holds six meetings each year, usually on the third Tuesday of alternate months. Additional events include a special Summer Party in June, an International Seminar in September and an Open Forum & Reception in early December. The regular meetings will start just before noon for drinks and a buffet followed by a lecture, debate or discussion with a prompt finish at 14.30.
The regular monthly seminars are usually held in the City of London at various Livery Halls including The Pewterers’ Hall.
Normal monthly meetings, as well as the Open Forum, each earn 2.5 hours PMI Continuing Professional Development credit. Please note all our Seminars are held under the Chatham House Rule.
Topic: Reviewing Decumulation Options – What Should Schemes Be Offering?
Date: 20 March 2018 from 11:45 to 14:30
Venue: Pewterers' Hall, London - Click here to view mapDetails: With ‘pensions freedom’ underway and the ongoing focus on retirement outcome for members of DC schemes, what are the current offerings for decumulation and what other options are available? We will review the various decumulation options that exist and examine what is current best practice in the UK and elsewhere and what should trustees and companies be offering.
Topic: MPPF - Topic to be confirmed
Date: 15 May 2018 from 11:45 to 14:30
Venue: Painters' Hall, London - Click here to view map
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