Philip Collins – a columnist on The Times and the former chief speech writer for prime minister Tony Blair – will deliver the closing keynote at the PP Trustee Senate, which will take place on 3 and 4 October at the Hanbury Manor Hotel and Spa in Hertfordshire.
The residential conference will also include an address from John Simonett, who will talk about the latest thinking on leadership, psychology and creativity - challenging some of the latent assumptions we all tend to make about the world we live and work in.
And it will additionally include a wine tasting session with Francis Gimblett.
The PP Trustee Senate will also include a range of speakers and interactive workshops, as well as the opportunity to network with your peers at sit-down lunches and during dinner.
The programme includes keynote addresses from The Pensions Regulator and global economist Gerard Lyons, and the conference will cover topics including GMP equalisation, the new DB funding code and cost transparency. View the full programme here.
Pension schemes trustees who have already confirmed their attendance include those from the First UK Bus Pension Scheme, HSBC Pension Trust, Rolls-Royce UK Pension Fund, Sainsbury's Pension Scheme and Telefónica Pension Plan. Click here to see all the schemes currently registered to attend.
Professional Pensions will be covering the cost for accommodation and food at the event.
There are now only very limited places at this conference left. To register for your place, click here.
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