Our well-regarded events and awards are a must-attend for the pensions professional - and include events such as Professional Pensions Live, the UK Pensions Awards, the Women in Pensions Awards and the PP Investment Conference.
In this session we’ll explore how the endgame landscape has changed in the past decade, from innovative investment strategies that allow you to hedge risks more effectively, to solutions that enable you to accelerate your de-risking plans and remove key risks now.
The Sustainable Investment Festival will run online from 22-25 June and will include thought-provoking presentations from renowned keynote speakers, innovative breakout events and sessions specifically tailored to meet the information needs of fund selectors, financial advisers, pension consultants, trustees and scheme managers.
This webinar will speak to experts across both passive and active management - looking at how ESG and climate change factors can be best incorporated using each approach and assessing the key issues that schemes need to consider.
This webinar will look at how a pension scheme can determine the right endgame strategy – looking at setting the right objectives and how to achieve them. It will also look at investment in the endgame phase – asking which sort of assets can be included in an endgame strategy, how to incorporate asset classes such as private assets into such a strategy and assess, for schemes looking to buyout, which sort of assets can help match buyout pricing.
This webinar looks at how DC schemes are starting to invest in longer-term illiquid asset opportunities to boost long-run risk-adjusted returns for members and how the challenges posed by such allocations are being overcome
The pandemic has affected the retirement plans of many. Some have been forced into an early retirement because of redundancy, whilst others have delayed retirement due to their pension losing value. Those who have struggled with a reduced household income, have even been dipping into their pensions whilst still working to make up for the shortfall.
This webinar will uncover the steps that can be taken to support pension scheme members in the lead up to and at retirement.
Professional Pensions is returning with Professional Pensions Live, our flagship event and industry staple, on the 14th September. This year we are hoping to bring you the best the event has to offer using our digital expertise over the last 18 months, and our long history of bringing you the best in person events, to arm you with the information and insight you need to develop practical solutions to the on-going challenges you face.
The UK Pensions Awards – now in their 24th year – remain the industry's most prestigious accolades.
They shine the light on excellence and recognise the advisers, providers and investment managers that offer the highest level of innovation, performance and service to occupational pension schemes and their members, and have done the most to improve this over the past year.
This year's Workplace Savings and Benefits Awards – accolades that recognise both employer and provider excellence – are now open for entries.
The awards - which are now in their 9th year - aim to find and recognise the employers which have the best benefits teams and offerings to staff and have done the most to improve these over the past 12 months. In addition, the awards look to reward the best pension and benefit providers - recognising those that have done the most to help employers and their staff over the past year.
The Professional Pensions Rising Star Awards are about celebrating and recognising the achievements of those at the beginning of their career in the sector – shining a spotlight on their success and championing the organisations that do the most to develop young talent in the pensions industry. We are ready to celebrate their achievements at the third annual Professional Pensions Rising Star Awards.
The Women in Pensions Awards firmly believes that initiatives that aim to inspire and campaign for greater representation of women both in pensions and on trustee boards have a key role to play in supporting gender diversity. We believe the Women in Pensions Awards can complement these initiatives by shining a spotlight on the work of inspirational and ground-breaking women in the pensions sector.