Professional Pensions has unveiled the programme for its 2018 Investment Conference, which will be held at the Royal Lancaster hotel in London on 31 October.
The conference - which is complimentary for qualifying trustees and in-house pension scheme delegates - will include sessions on investment costs, funding strategies, liability-driven investment and impact investing.
In addition, the programme includes sessions on private markets, the evolving role of property and impact investing.
To find out more about the conference, and to secure your place, visit the conference website at: https://events.professionalpensions.com/investment/
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