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Past meetings : Money Purchase Pensions Forum

Details of all recent past meetings and speakers are set out below.  In addition, details of older past meetings are available on request from Meeting Responses. You can also download our Meeting History here.

Topic: **POSTPONED** - NEW DATE TO BE CONFIRMED : Improving Member Outcomes: Investment Strategies & Self Selection

Date: 17 March 2020

Venue: Pewterers' Hall, London - Click here to view map


Given the current situation with Covid-19, unfortunately we have taken the decision to postpone this Seminar. We apologise for any inconvenience caused but am sure you can understand why we have decided to postpone and appreciate that we do not wish to put any participants at unnecessary risk. We will advise once a new seminar date has been arranged. Thank you.

This seminar will focus on ‘best practice’ for investment strategies, particular for default funds and the accumulation stage, that can help deliver better member outcomes:

Ahead of the main speaker presentations, with the new Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivering his first Budget on 11 March 2020, we are delighted to announce that Claire Carey, Partner & Director of Professional Development, Sacker & Partners will provide a brief update on any important  issues relevant to pension schemes that arise from the budget .

Topic: Improving Member Outcomes through Member Engagement – Comms, Nudge, Education and Advice

Date: 21 January 2020

Venue: Pewterers' Hall, London - Click here to view map


At the start of 2020, we plan to have a two-part series of Seminars focused on improving member outcomes.

At the first Seminar on 21 January 2020, we discussed how member outcomes can be improved through better and effective communication and engagement.

The Second Seminar of this Series will be on 17 March 2020 when we will focus on the investment strategies that are maybe appropriate to deliver better member outcomes.