Delegate places at Pensions and Benefits UK (PBUK) are filling up fast - with over 600 scheme representatives having registered for PP's flagship event so far.
PBUK is the largest pensions and benefits event in London and will take place this year on 26 - 27 June at The Brewery on Chiswell Street.
This year we have already have over 600 scheme representatives registered to attend representing over 400 different pension schemes. 200 registrants represent schemes with £1bn or more assets under management. To view a full list of schemes due to attend, please click here.
Keynote speakers include pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman and shadow pensions minister Jack Dromey.
It will also feature our Women in Pensions Panel, which will include speakers such as Margaret Snowdon, Andrew Warwick-Thompson, Joanna Matthews and Lesley Carline.
On day two, we welcome the return of our Pension Prophets Panel and delegates will hear an update from The Pensions Regular by chief executive Lesley Titcomb.
The event wil see over 100 speakers presenting at the four stream, two day event. To find out more about the programme, please visit: www.pensionsandbenefitsuk.co.uk.
Delegate places at the event are FREE for individuals with direct responsibility for an organisation's pension and benefits schemes - but there is only limited time left to register. Sign up to attend the conference here.
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