Pensions and Benefits UK 2019 is delighted to announce the launch of our programme for this year, celebrating 20 years of bringing you the latest updates on all things pensions and employee benefits. Register for your place today!
The two-day event - London's biggest pensions and benefits conference and exhibition - will be held on 25 and 26 June at The Brewery in London, and will help you learn from both your peers and experts from across the industry.
We're expecting a big year for 2019, with a pensions bill increasingly likely, consolidation for both defined benefit and defined contribution, a smaller master trust market, and the second phase of auto-enrolment just to name a few!
For benefit professionals mental health is still at the forefront along with wider employee wellbeing, new technology and the ongoing struggle of poor engagement. Due to the popularity last year you'll find two interactive workshops on the programme this year!
We have introduced two new streams on day two focusing on investment and governance for our pensions audience. Professional Pensions hopes this will allow for greater breadth of discussion on some of the core issues affecting institutional pensions this year.
Delegate places at the event are FREE for individuals with direct responsibility for an organisation's pension and benefits schemes.
The full programme for PBUK can be found at: www.pensionsandbenefitsuk.co.uk/programme
Last year, over 900 participants attended PBUK. To find out more and to secure your place for this year's Pensions & Benefits UK 2019, please visit: www.pensionsandbenefitsuk.co.uk
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