The Willis Towers Watson 2017 Pensions and Savings Conference
We are delighted to announce that we will be holding our annual Pensions and Savings Conference on Tuesday 13 June 2017 at Merchant Taylors’ Hall in London.
The theme of this year’s conference is Tomorrow’s World as we will explore all of the forces that are shaping our future retirement world. Specifically we will look at what actions you should be focusing on to ensure that your pension programmes are fit for purpose for your members, whilst also ensuring that your scheme objectives are met effectively and efficiently.
This highly-interactive full-day conference is aimed at those involved in running and overseeing UK pension and saving schemes. The event will help stimulate your thinking, allow you to share experiences and give you some creative ideas for your future retirement agendas. The programme highlights will include:
In-depth sessions on the following areas: DB to DC change, Innovative Funding Solutions, Investment Issues, Master Trusts, Governance, Outsourcing, Pension Alternatives, Liability Management, GMPs and Innovative Benefits
Sessions from Rob Hamer, UK Benefits Manager at AstraZeneca, John Towner, Head of Origination, Pension Risk Transfer at Legal and General, Russell Picot, Chair of Trustees for HSBC and Trustee of LifeSight, and Chris Carter, Head of Reward for Northern Europe at SAS Software
Thought-provoking key sessions from our guest speakers which include:
Tim Harford, senior economist at the Financial Times and presenter of Radio 4's "More or Less"
Professor Jim Devlin from Nottingham University Business School, who led our recent study The savings psyche of the UK
Paul Johnson, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies
Interactive panel discussions with industry leaders
Networking and information sharing.
We do hope you can join us for the conference. Following the event, we will be hosting drinks and canapés, giving you a further opportunity to network with your peers.
For further information and to register please click the 'Register now' button.