Workplace Pensions and Benefits Conference
The Workplace Pensions and Benefits Conference is being held in order to assess the current provisions for public sector pensions, the extent to which current legislation is sufficient and the manner in which benefits are currently agreed upon and implemented in the public sector.
Pension provisions have always been an important issue, as reflected in historic government reforms, from Thatcher’s 1980 Social Security Act to the coalition government’s 2014 Pensions Act. Under the coalition government, various pension reforms were introduced to both public state pension provisions and private provisions. In terms of state provisions, the coalition introduced a new ‘triple lock’ guarantee, which ensures that the state pension is increased by whichever is higher – inflation, wages or 2.5%. David Cameron stated that this new system will make it easier to reward “people who have worked hard, who have done the right thing”. Since its introduction, the triple lock initiative has allowed basic state pension to rise by an unprecedented 5.2%.
The time has now come to assess the impact of the 2010 coalition government’s pension’s reforms, the extent to which British workers are saving for retirement and the facilitation of in work benefits that are made available to public sector employees.
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- Hear the views of key associations and spokespeople in the industry
- Understand the hot topics and current issues facing UK pension schemes in the current environment
- Understand what the changes in pension’s regulation mean for you and how you can best address the changes
- Learn about new and effective investment and asset allocation trends in both the DB and DC space
- Understand how to generate returns while managing your risk
- Learn how to effectively communicate to your members
- Learn from case studies and experience
- Network with other pension professionals
Who should attend?
Trustees, investment officers, scheme managers, investment managers, consultants, researchers, HR advisers, HR Managers/Directors, Chief Investment Officers, Finance Managers/Directors, Directors of Finance and Treasury