Registration for this year's Professional Pensions Defined Contribution Conference - to be held in London on 7 September - is open.
The free-to-attend conference will take place in London on 7th September at the Hilton London Bankside.
Speakers at the conferences will include Andrew Warwick-Thompson, the executive director for regulatory policy at The Pensions Regulator, who will look at new DC Code.
Topics covered at the conferences will also look at DC fiduciary management, multi-asset and master trusts - as well as assessing what it is members want and taking an in-depth look at default funds.
View the programmes in full:
To view the programmes for the conferences - and reserve your place - visit our dedicated website: http://events.professionalpensions.com/dcconference/static/home
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