Professional Pensions is pleased to announce the launch of Professional Pensions Live – the new name for Pensions and Benefits UK.
PP Live will focus on the core topics that makes Professional Pensions tick. This year, we host the event for the 21st time and are set to return to The Brewery in central London on Tuesday 23-24 June for the city's largest pensions conference.
Professional Pensions Live presents the perfect opportunity to benefit from industry thought leadership and connect with over 800 like-minded professionals. Through in-depth discussions, debates and breakfast briefings led by over 100 expert speakers, Professional Pensions Live hopes to bring the magazine to life and arm you with the information and insight you need to develop practical solutions to the on-going challenges you face.
Professional Pensions Live will consist of four parallel streams so you can ‘pick and mix' from a selection of DB, DC, trustee focused and HR focused topics and workshops. Our programme is complemented by our outstanding exhibition zone which offers the opportunity to network and build relationships with your peers.
Reserve your complimentary* place now to enable us to keep you informed with all the latest news, videos and updates about the event, including the announcement of our speakers and programme in upcoming weeks.
We hope you can join us for this exciting two day event in the heart of the city of London.
For more information, please visit our dedicated website or if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to get in touch. If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities at this event, please contact us via [email protected].
*Complimentary places are reserved exclusively for in house pension and benefit scheme representatives
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