BTPSM CEO Morten Nilsson to present closing keynote at PP Endgame Summit

This year’s conference will be held in-person on 30 March at a central London venue

Professional Pensions
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Morten Nilsson will talk about the endgame options BTPS has been considering
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Morten Nilsson will talk about the endgame options BTPS has been considering

Professional Pensions is pleased to announce the return of our Endgame Summit.

This year's conference will take place in-person at the Congress Centre in central London on Thursday 30 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 event will include a keynote session from the BT Pension Scheme Management (BTPSM) chief executive Morten Nilsson in which he will cover a case study example of BTPS and explore the endgame options that the scheme has been considering.

In particular, it will look at:  

  • What challenges is BTPS currently facing in its endgame journey?
  • A look into membership numbers and assets
  • What wider political activity/external factors are affecting schemes?
  • What solutions work for BTPS?
  • What can we expect to see from BTPS in its journey to endgame?

The conference will also include sessions on securing bulk annuities, liability-driven investment (LDI), scheme funding and explore new options for endgame.

To find out more and to register for your place, visit the dedicated event website.

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