UK - HSBC's pensions consultancy practice is holding a series of breakfast seminars on the implications of the Pickering Report.
Seminars will be held in Manchester on September 25, Edinburgh on September 27 and London on October 2.
Norton Rose’s Peter Ford, a member of the committee that helped draft the report, will join the panel to give background to the report and views on what will happen next in the pensions arena.
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