UK - The Pensions Management Institute's Independent Pension Trustees Group is holding its second half-day seminar on May 6.
The seminar will cover a range of key issues, including the cost of long and short-term pension protection, funding strategies, solvency for trustees and sponsors and the effects of the Pensions Bill on independent trustees.
The seminar will be held at law firm Eversheds’ London office on May 6 with speakers from Mercer Human Resource Consulting, Capital Cranfield and the pensions regulator, OPRA. For details, go to www.pensions-pmi.org.uk.
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