Webinar: The PPF Purple Book - Register now

PP joins PPF’s Shalin Bhagwan and James Emmott to discuss the latest DB scheme data

Professional Pensions
clock • 1 min read
The PPF's Shalin Bhagwan and James Emmott
Image:

The PPF's Shalin Bhagwan and James Emmott

Professional Pensions is teaming up with the Pension Protection Fund (PPF) to discuss its annual Purple Book.

In an exclusive webinar at 10am on 6 December PP editor Jonathan Stapleton will be joined by PPF chief actuary & interim chief financial officer Shalin Bhagwan and PPF actuary James Emmott to discuss the latest edition.

The annual survey of scheme finances paints a holistic picture of the risks posed by UK defined benefit (DB) schemes protected by the PPF - giving an idea of the latest trends in scheme de-risking, asset allocation, and membership, among numerous other areas.

The Purple Book is a publication used by the compensation scheme to shape its funding and investment strategies, with statistics as at March 2023.

This webinar will be your chance to find out the most recent data impacting the PPF, while putting your questions to Shalin and James, plus a panel from the PPF.

Anyone interested in hearing more about this year's Purple Book is invited to register online and submit questions on the day.

More on Industry

Good News Corner: Women's Innovation Forum announces winner

Good News Corner: Women's Innovation Forum announces winner

Phoenix Group names Hazel platform as winner of drive for solutions addressing women’s retirement

Jasmine Urquhart
clock 19 July 2024 • 2 min read
Government urged to take steps to improve financial literacy

Government urged to take steps to improve financial literacy

Knowledge of pensions a ‘blind spot for many’, especially younger generations

Jonathan Stapleton
clock 19 July 2024 • 1 min read
Professional Pensions: Stories of the week

Professional Pensions: Stories of the week

King’s Speech, Smart Pension onboards Options scheme and CDC research

Professional Pensions
clock 19 July 2024 • 1 min read
Trustpilot