There are now only a few days left to save £100 on a ticket to attend The Future of Pensions Consulting 2014 conference, which will be held in London on 4th November.
The one-day conference - designed specifically for pension scheme consultants - will look at what the future holds for pensions consulting; the implications of Budget 2014 for advisers and consultants; and ask whether or not consultants should be implementing the advice they are providing.
It will also look at building relationships with your clients; the art of pensions public relations and how to use new media to get your messages across.
Speakers will include Society of Pension Professionals president Duncan Buchanan; ABI director general Otto Thoresen; First Actuarial founder Peter Shellswell; PwC partner and head of pensions consulting Raj Mody; PAN Governance chief executive Steve Delo; and Pension PlayPen founder Henry Tapper.
The conference will be held at Prince Philip House, Carlton House Terrace in London on 4 November.
To view the full programme, find out more information and book your place, visit: events.professionalpensions.com/consulting
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