PP Admin & Data Forum: Registration opens

This year’s conference will be held in-person on 8 March at a central London venue

Jonathan Stapleton
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PP Admin & Data Forum: Registration opens

Professional Pensions is pleased to announce the return of the Admin and Data Forum.

This year's conference will take place as half-day in-person event in central London on Tuesday 8 March. Places are free for trustees and in-house pension and benefit scheme representatives.

Reserve your place to enable us to keep you informed with all the latest news and updates about the event, including the announcement of our speakers and programme.

The Admin & Data Forum shines a light on the challenges that trustees and scheme professionals are currently facing with regards to administration and data as they look to meet regulatory requirements, capture efficiencies and provide best outcomes for members.

This concise half-day event will explore a variety of different issues affecting schemes through a combination of informative presentations and interactive panel debates.

Attend the event to:

  • Hear the latest updates on the Pensions Dashboard and what schemes need to do to become ‘dashboard ready'
  • Learn what steps still need to be completed to achieve GMP equalisation
  • Explore current administrative trends, tools and techniques to improve process and member communications

We hope you can join us at the event. For more information and to register, please visit our dedicated website.

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