UK - The organisers of The Pension Show are delighted to announce that due to popular demand, the one-day Forum on Pension Scheme Administration will return to the Business Design Centre, Islington, London, on 30 April.
The Forum will offer a highly focussed day on pensions administration and will provide an ideal networking opportunity to senior professionals working within this area. The conference will be chaired by MNPA managing director Sue Applegarth.
High profile speakers, such as Jocelyn Blackwell – Dunnett Shaw, Geraldine Brassett - Hewitt Bacon Woodrow, Leslie Carlise – Profund Systems, Tim Eissom – Profund Systems, Keith Galliford - Rebus HR, Richard Kalina - Rebus HR, Malcolm Reynolds – Jardine Lloyd Thompson, Jim Sawma - Hewitt Bacon Woodrow and Peter White - Capita Hartshead will cover a range of topics including: Raising Administration Standards; Updates on Legislation and Regulation; Technological Innovations; Communication; Value Added Services; Switching Third Party Providers; Third Party Administration DB-DC; Data Protection; and In Vs Out-House Pensions Administration.
With a maximum of nine partner companies taking part, the whole day has been designed around an interactive workshop format. Partners already include Capita Hartshead, Dunnett Shaw, Gissings, Hewitt, Jardine Lloyd Thompson, Profund Systems and Rebus HR. For further details related to partnership, please contact Nadina Mitchell on +44 (0) 20 7378 4426, [email protected]
Attending the Forum as a delegate is free of charge but is specifically aimed at people working within pensions administration (scheme managers, administration managers, trustees, IT managers, finance directors and other senior personnel from the area of pensions administration).
The conference is filling-up quickly so do not miss the opportunity to benefit from a unique comprehensive case study of pensions administration issues.
For more information and to register, please contact Corinne Allemani on +44 (0) 20 7378 4466 or email her on [email protected]
Full details of the conference programme are available on www.thepensionshow.co.uk.
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