These seminars cover current issues and highlights in the UK pensions sector.
The seminars are designed for qualified actuaries and nearly qualified actuaries who work or have an interest in UK pensions.
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Topics being covered at this year's Current Issues in Pensions are as follows. Timings TBC.
Hot topics in Pensions Law
We are proposing to cover the following topics:
Speaker: Rachel Pinto, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
Global Macro Trends, Today and Tomorrow
With the global economy showing signs of recovery, investors are starting to ask why and how long this might last. This session will look at the key drivers of growth, today and tomorrow, also touching on a longer term theme relevant for pension scheme investing, the driver of demographic changes on the global economy.
Speakers: James Carrick & Chris Jeffrey, Legal & General Investment Management
Protecting Defined Benefit Schemes – A New Funding Code
Ahead of the formal consultation on a new Code of Practice on Funding in 2019, TPR is talking to interested stakeholders on the design of clearer funding standards. This session will provide an update on this process and other developments in TPR’s approach to regulating defined benefit schemes.
Speakers: Johnny Miller and Andrew Dodd
Professional Skills Session: Getting it Right (1 hr)
An update on IFoA regulatory developments including the consultation on monitoring the quality of actuarial work, together with a chance for you to watch and discuss one of the new 2018/19 Professional Skills Training videos.
Speakers: Neil Walton and Judith Joy
Pension scheme consolidation
A recap on recent developments, focussing on the new ‘commercial’ consolidators, the Pensions Superfund and Clara, together with a look ahead to the DWP’s consultation on regulating consolidators, and the potential issues for trustees, employers and their actuaries when considering scheme consolidation.
Speakers: John McAleer (Aon)
Table discussion session
An opportunity for you to discuss current pensions and actuarial issues with your peers. You can share opinions and experiences in a candid and collegiate discussion under Chatham House rules. There will not be any formal verbal reporting back on the day, but you may choose to take notes and hand them to the Chair or IFoA staff who will pass them on to the relevant speakers or other IFoA working parties or committees. Topics will include issues suggested by the rest of the day’s agenda and any other recent industry developments.
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