Can trustees do more with less, without compromising the quality of your investment decisions?
A raft of new investment regulations have created an increased workload for trustees of DB and DC schemes. In response to the challenges created by these regulatory changes, this seminar assesses investment governance structures which can help trustees do more with less time, without sacrificing the quality of their decisions.
When: Wednesday 11th December 2019
Where: Buck | 160 Queen Victoria Street | London EC4V 4AN
Time: 4:00pm – 6.00pm
(registration from 3:30pm; post-seminar wine and nibbles from 6pm)
Upcoming regulations, including 10th December deadline to set objectives for investment advisers, as well as further requirements to update Statements of Investment Principles coming into effect in October 2020 and 2021, are set to have a large impact on the workload for pension trustees of both defined benefit and defined contribution schemes. Buck has developed this seminar to look at the options available to trustees in order to help address the challenges these changing regulations create.
In addition to our Buck speakers, we are delighted to welcome Ian Cormican, Partner from leading pensions specialist law firm, Sackers, who will give us an investment regulation update along with some practical advice to improve efficiency.
The afternoon’s programme and speakers will include:
Welcome and introduction
Celene Lee | Principal, Investment Consulting at Buck
Investment regulations update: the facts and the practicalities
Ian Cormican | Partner at Sackers
Maximise your investment governance budget
Carl Hitchman | Principal, Investment Consulting at Buck
Putting it into practice
Peter Dean | Senior Investment Consultant at Buck