Professional Pensions’ latest webinar looks at the significant fall in funding levels many schemes have had to face in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
PP editor Jonathan Stapleton will be joined by Schroders head of investment solutions Neil Walton, Isio head of fiduciary management oversight Paula Champion, IC Select director Ray Martin, and LawDeb trustee director Alan Baker to discuss the significant volatility and disruption currently defining the pensions sector.
The panel will look closely at investment strategies where cashflows, hedging strategies and liquidity have all been under pressure.
The experts will also discuss fiduciary management and assess whether the model really matters; how and if retendering exercises are helping trustees; and the key features of fiduciary management that matter most to trustees.
This CPD accredited webinar will take place on Wednesday 20 May at 11am. The webinar is fully interactive, giving you the opportunity to ask questions throughout the discussion. Registration will also enable us to keep you informed once the webinar is available to listen to on demand.
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