Professional Pensions is holding its inaugural trustee advisory panel on 22 March and is looking for your help to shape our content over the coming year.
The advisory panel will help us learn more about the key issues pension scheme trustees face - helping us tailor our content better to the needs of trustee and cover even more of the topics of interest to trustees.
We hope it will also give trustees who attend the event a chance to meet their peers from other schemes.
The meeting will be entirely off-the-record and everything discussed will remain completely confidential.
If you are a trustee and would be able to take part, please email [email protected] to register your interest.
The meeting will take place over a sandwich lunch on 22 March in a Central London venue.
It will start at 1pm and the formal part of the discussion will end at 3pm, although we plan to continue the discussion informally over a glass or two of wine until 4pm for those able to stay.
We very much hope you will be able to join us and thank you in advance for your help.
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