The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) has secured Lord Eddie George, former Governor of the Bank of England, as a keynote speaker at its 2008 Investment Conference.
Governance, private equity, risk budgeting and investing for a sustainable future are some of the topics on the agenda for the event, for which 650 delegates have registered so far.
Other speakers include Paul Myners, chairman of the Personal Accounts Delivery Authority; Sir David Walker, the author of the Walker Review on Private Equity; and Partha Dasgupta, chief executive of the Pension Protection Fund.
The event is being held at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre from 5-7 March and is open to NAPF fund and business members, as well non-members.
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