Guy Opperman and Charles Counsell have been confirmed as two of the keynote speakers at PP Live, which will be held virtually on 13-15 July.
PP's flagship event - the conference and exhibition formerly known as Pensions and Benefits UK - will now take place as a virtual conference and exhibition, running from 10am to 2:30pm each day in what is set to be the industry's largest virtual event.
PP Live will be CPD accredited and facilitated on easy to navigate virtual event technology - allowing trustees and scheme managers to stay up-to-date with key industry updates in these unprecedented times.
The event will include both a conference and exhibition format in the same virtual space and allow delegates to engage in a variety of interactive sessions including panel debates, streamed sessions, workshops, and virtual networking breaks.
Our programme will consist of three parallel streams on defined benefit, defined contribution and trustee focused issues - and include topics such as GMP equalisation, DC investment, the pensions dashboard and TPR's 2020 funding code.
Delegates will also have the opportunity to tune in to any of the live sessions that you missed on demand after the event.
To register for a complimentary ticket and find out more about the event, visit: https://www.professionalpensionslive.com/
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