Professional Pensions sister title, Workplace Savings and Benefits, is holding its inaugural Question Time event on 11 November - with panelists including former pensions minister Steve Webb.
The event will discuss and debate the revolution in the world of pensions that has arisen over the past three years - covering topics including auto-enrolment, the pension freedoms, workplace financial education and tax reforms.
Panellists confirmed so far include former pensions minister Steve Webb, Close Brothers head of financial education Jeanette Makings and Arthur J. Gallagher head of UK employee benefits Tim Johnson.
WSB Question Time will be held at London's Chesterfield Hotel on 11 November. It will start at 6pm with a drinks reception, finishing at around 8pm.
To find out more - and to register your place at the event - visit: http://events.wsandb.co.uk/questiontime/static/home
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