Professional Pensions Live 2024: One day to go!

See which schemes have already registered to attend and reserve your place today

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Professional Pensions Live 2024: One day to go!

There is now just one day to go until PP Live 2024 — our flagship in-person event, which will be held tomorrow (22 May) at etc.venues on 155 Bishopsgate in London.

The event - which will be held in person in London - will include a raft of keynote speakers including BESTrustees president Alan Pickering, The British Business Bank chief executive Louis Taylor, Pensions Scams Industry Group chair Margaret Snowdon, The Pensions Regulator chief executive Nausicaa Delfas and Cambridge Colleges' Federated Pension Scheme chairman Robin Ellison.

Hundreds of people have now registered to attend the event, which will also include a keynote speaker panel from the Pensions Prophets who will share their views on the upcoming General Election and the impact of current and upcoming regulations on pensions schemes.

The event will include a number of steams for delegates to choose from – covering topics such as endgame journeys; private markets; master trusts; the future of trusteeship; and the growing value of AI.

There will also be an exhibition area where you can meet your consultants and providers, as well as network with your industry peers.

Complimentary places are available for in-house pension and benefit professionals. For more information on this and paid passes, please click here.

To view the full programme, find out who is attending so far and to learn more about the event, visit professionalpensionslive.com

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