Professional Pensions is holding a breakfast briefing on engaging defined contribution (DC) members on 7 February.
The briefing - being held in partnership with NEST at London's South Place Hotel between 8.30 and 10.45am - will look at how best to engage members of DC schemes and assess how to ensure value for money.
It will also look at how the younger ‘millennial' generation are saving - questioning whether they need to be engaged in a different way - and ask what the pensions industry can learn from other industries on how to engage customers and members.
In addition, it will assess the role DC investment has to play in engagement and value for money and look at the role ESG has in a DC portfolio.
Speakers at the breakfast briefing will include NEST senior business development manager Stephen Argent; Quietroom senior writer Julia Fox; and LCP partner and head of DC Laura Myers.
PP is offering complimentary places to employee benefit consultants and independent financial consultants IFA's. To reserve your place, please click here
To register for your place and to find out more information, please visit: http://events.professionalpensions.com/breakfastbriefing
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