There is less than one week to go until Pensions and Benefits UK 2017 - London's largest pensions and benefits conference and exhibition.
Pensions and Benefits UK has proven to be very popular this year and there has been an overwhelming response for complimentary tickets - with nearly 1,000 delegates already registered to attend.
The event - which attracts up to 7 hours of CPD from the Pensions Management Institute - is free for in-house pension and benefits representatives and will take place at The Brewery, London on Tuesday 27 - 28 June.
To register for your place, please visit our event website.
There is lots going on at this year's PBUK - taking place just a few weeks after the UK General Election. In light of the recent news, we are delighted to announce that Ros Altmann, former pensions minister will be opening the two day conference.
Join us on 27 - 28 June in Central London where over 800+ pensions and benefits professionals will gather to hear from 100+ speakers across the two day event. This year our programme consists of four streams addressing key areas of the pensions and benefits industries - there really is something for everyone!
Our keynote speakers include:
• Baroness Ros Altmann, pensions expert, Former Pensions Minister
• Mark Boyle, Head of Policy & Research, Involvement & Participation Association
• Andrew Clare, Professor of Asset Management, Cass Business School
• Stephanie Flanders, Managing Director, Chief Market Strategist UK & Europe, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
• Svend Hougaard Jensen, Professor of Economics, Copenhagen Business School
• Guest Speaker: Andrew Neil - Publisher, Broadcaster and Company Chairman
For more information, including the full speaker lineup, programme and venue details, please visit our event website.
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