UK - Dunnett Shaw & Partners (DSP) is running two half-day seminars on DC pensions operations in Manchester on March 5 and in London on March 12.
Each seminar will be chaired by Alan Herbert, a non-executive director of DSP and chairman of the OPDU advisory council. Real life case studies will be presented by experienced pensions professionals including Ralph Turner from Emap, Estelle Guy from Orange, Colin Monks from Citigroup, Sok Wah Lee from Securicor and Zahir Fazal from Horwath Clark Whitehill.
The subject areas to be covered are risk management, scheme design and implementation, member communications and scheme administration.
In order to tailor the content of the seminars to the needs of the delegates, the groups will be small and interactive, with a program designed to provide information and advice.
By Luke Clancy
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