Professional Pensions is holding its defined contribution (DC) conference on 4 September.
The event - which will be held in London - will address some of the key issues currently facing the DC space.
The conference - free to attend for in-house pension and benefit scheme representatives - will include sessions on saving targets; data quality; the role of ESG in DC schemes; and a panel session on collective defined contribution with a number of industry experts.
Also, Pensions Policy Institute director Chris Curry, who is also principal of the Pension Dashboard Industry Delivery Group, will be delivering the keynote speech.
The event is CPD accredited, with delegates able to claim a maximum of 4.5 CPD hours.
To find out more about the DC Conference and to register please visit https://events.professionalpensions.com/dcconference/static/home
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