Survival or success?
How to navigate choppy waters and a surge of regulation
We are excited to invite you to LCP’s first ever hybrid annual pensions conference.
This year we take a deep dive under the waves of the current regulatory changes which affect all those connected with pension schemes – trustees, sponsors and administrators – in a way like never before.
In such a fast-paced world with ever-increasing regulatory requirements, this is a chance to step back and reflect on some of the bigger issues affecting schemes right now. Our conference includes a packed agenda covering a range of topical subjects from climate change to pension scams. Our speakers will provide clear, practical takeaways to help direct you on a path to success.
We look forward to seeing you at what will be an interesting, insightful and informative event.
Who should attend?
Pensions Trustees, Pensions Managers, C-Suite
- What’s on the Pensions Regulator’s agenda?
Sarah Smart, Chair of The Pensions Regulator, joins us to talk about pensions regulation – how TPR sees existing regulation working and what’s coming up. Sarah will answer questions from the chair as well as from the audience.
- The importance of journey planning, and what it means in practice
Jon Forsyth will speak about journey planning, including the importance of having a strategic plan and prioritizing resources in the face of such a huge amount on pension scheme agendas.
- Net Zero - the mega-theme of our time
This talk by Dan Mikulskis will cover steps that any pension scheme can take to align their portfolio with Net Zero.
- The “S” in ESG – what does it mean for pension investors?
Laasya Shekaran will explore the strong financial case for considering social issues.
- Protecting members against scams
Daniel Jacobson will cover changes to the legislation around the statutory right to transfer and what it means for trustees.
- The potential enduring legacy of Covid-19 on mortality
Dr Jonny Pearson-Stuttard will provide original insights into the increasingly different trends in mortality across populations and how Covid-19 has, and may continue to, exacerbate these differences for years to come.
- MythBusters: governance edition
Rachika Cooray will debunk common governance myths. Her session will cover the changes introduced by the single code of practice, diversity on trustee boards, and how trustees can effectively use hybrid working to support decision making.
- De-risking tools and products – what’s available to help your scheme complete its journey.
Yadu Dashora will help you identify solutions to form part of your strategic plan with a focus on the bulk annuity market, superfund consolidators and other emerging products and innovations.
- Pension freedoms: The unfinished business
Sir Steve Webb will highlight key issues which will affect outcomes for individual pensioners, including pension transfers, the link between pensions and benefits and pension options post-retirement.
|8:30am||Registration (& breakfast for in-person attendees)|
|1:00pm||Conference end (followed by lunch for in-person attendees)|
Online or in-person event at 30 Euston Square, London, NW1 2FB