Professional Pensions is holding its Fiduciary Management Focus on 9 October.
The senate - which will be held in London - will be asking what's next for the fiduciary management industry.
The event - free to attend for in-house pensions and benefit scheme representatives - will include sessions on the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) review; pension de-risking; and whether a cashflow-driven investment approach is the right one for your scheme.
Also, IC Select director Donny Hay will be delivering the keynote speech - looking at what schemes need to do before the CMA requirements come into effect on 10 December.
To find out more about the Fiduciary Management Focus and to register please visit https://events.professionalpensions.com/fiduciarymanagement/static/home
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