Pensions minister Richard Harrington has been confirmed as the opening keynote speaker for Pensions & Benefits UK (PBUK).
Harrington (pictured) will take the opening slot on the first day of PBUK - a two day conference which takes place between 27- 28 June at The Brewery on Chiswell street, London.
Harrington was appointed parliamentary under-secretary of state at the Department for Work and Pensions on 17 July 2016. He was elected Conservative MP for Watford in May 2010.
Other keynotes include Cass Business School's Professor Andrew Clare and as well as a representative from The Pensions Regulator.
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