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Past meetings : Pension Trustees Circle

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Topic: PTC Seminar

Dates: from 7 July 2019 17:00 to 8 July 2019 16:00

Venue: Compleat Angler, Marlow, Bucks - Click here to view map

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Programme

Sunday 7 July

Hot Topic - Is the End Game Approaching for the Existing Trustee Board Governance Model?
Given the ever increasing standards being expected for both professional and non-professional trustees, what does this mean for the effectiveness of the current trustee governance model and how is this likely to evolve in the future?

Monday 8 July

How Should Maturing Pension Funds Tackle their Next Valuation?
In the light of the Regulator’s integrated risk management approach and increased emphasis on longer term funding and investment targets how should schemes set technical provision assumptions and recovery plan requirements, if needed?

Buy-in, Buy-out, Consolidation, What’s Driving Trustee Decisions and What Options are really Available?
Just what options are available for schemes and trustees as they consider long term journey plans and de-risking? How effective are they today given the current economic and investment environment?

Keynote Address by David Fairs, Executive Director for Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice at The Pensions Regulator – Introduced by The Lord Balfe, Chairman of the Board, MEPs Pension Fund.

ESG and Responsible Ownership –How Do You Manage the New Reporting Regulations and Can an ESG Approach Deliver Returns?

With the October 2019 deadline approaching, what do trustees need to be doing to ensure their SIP is compliant as result of the DWP new regulations concerning trustees' fiduciary responsibility with respect to ESG factors within their investment strategies?

Topic: Summer Party

Date: 27 June 2019

Venue: HMS Belfast - Click here to view map

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