UK - The Institute for Public Policy Research is to hold a conference on the future of retirement policy on April 15.
Speakers will include Conservative work and pensions spokesman David Willetts, Liberal Democrat pensions spokesman Steve Webb, NAPF chairman Peter Thompson and IPPR director Matthew Taylor.
The venue will be in central London, but is still to be determined.
For further details contact Nina Bolognesi on 020 7470 0030 or [email protected]
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