The programme for this year's Pensions and Benefits UK has been launched.
The two-day event - London's biggest pensions and benefits conference and exhibition - will be held on 28-29 June at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in the heart of Westminster - will help you learn from both your peers and experts from across the industry.
Delegate places at the event are FREE for individuals with direct responsibility for an organisation's pension and benefits schemes.
The conference will include keynote speeches from pensions minister Baroness Ros Altmann and shadow pensions minister Angela Rayner. Other keynote speakers will include The Pensions Regulator chief executive Lesley Titcomb.
PBUK 2016 will also see the return of the Pension Prophets - Peter Askins, Robin Ellison, Roger Mattingly and Malcolm McLean - and also include an investment leaders' debate, with panellists including Columbia Threadneedle Investments chief investment officer Mark Burgess and Schroders head of investment Peter Harrison already confirmed.
It will also include a keynote session on creating the right benefits package for a multi-generational workforce - hearing from McDonald's UK chief people officer Claire Hall and FirstGroup group pensions & reward director John Chilman about how employers can meet the needs of as many as five generations in the workplace.
Benefit sessions will include presentations on boosting value in your employee benefits package and using data analytics to boost your employee benefits offering & communications.
The full programme for PBUK can be found at: www.pensionsandbenefitsuk.co.uk/static/2016-programme
Last year, over 1,000 delegates attended PBUK. To find out more and to secure your place for this year's Pensions & Benefits UK 2016, please visit: www.pensionsandbenefitsuk.co.uk
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