Did you miss a session at Professional Pensions Live or want to relive the conference? You can now catch every session on-demand at your own convenience.
The three-day virtual conference in July saw keynote speeches delivered by pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) chief executive Charles Counsell, and Pensions Dashboard Industry Delivery Group principal Chris Curry - all of which are available on-demand.
We also had our Pension Influencers panel, where Pensions Administration Standards Association president Margaret Snowdon, Ross Trustees director Roger Mattingly, Arc Pensions Law partner Anna Copestake, and BESTrustees director Huw Evans discussed the issues facing pension scheme trustees today.
You can also catch TPR executive director of regulatory policy, analysis and advice David Fairs discuss the watchdog's consultation on a revised defined benefit (DB) code of practice.
And via our DB, defined contribution, and trustee focus streams, you can watch all of the partner insight sessions, and our panel debates on master trusts, DB consolidation, and trustee diversity.
The search for Pensions Personality of the Year is now on - and we are asking you to nominate your favourites for the 2020 accolade by tomorrow afternoon (12 August).
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