The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and Pension Protection Fund (PPF) will deliver keynote addresses at Professional Pensions’ Risk and Scheme Funding Forum next week.
Delegates will hear from PPF chief risk officer Stephen Wilcox about the lifeboat fund's annual Purple Book, as well as from TPR head of policy Fiona Frobisher about the revised defined benefit (DB) funding code, which is expected to open to consultation soon.
The all-day event will take place on 5 March at Leonardo Royal Hotel London City, near the Tower of London.
The forum also includes discussions on the future of the bulk annuity market, the role of buy-ins in a journey to buyout, cashflow-driven investment, and longevity hedging.
Complimentary places are available for in-house pension and benefit scheme representatives.
To find out more about the Risk and Scheme Funding Forum, and to register, please visit https://event.professionalpensions.com/RiskSchemeFundingForum/en/page/home
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