Trustee Senate Spring 2023

27 - 28 April | Fanhams Hall, Hertfordshire

CONNECT, CONVERSE, COMMENCE


After a challenging end to 2022, the industry has a few lessons to take away. From increased regulation of superfunds and DB master trusts to the Single Code of Funding, and the impending connection deadline of Pensions Dashboards.

2023 has followed in its predecessor's footsteps and refrained from giving trustees a well-deserved break. Trustee understanding was highlighted as a key issue from the LDI crisis last year , and we are yet to figure out the role of LDI in a post crisis industry. With continued increasing of regulation, the discussion of "the role of a trustee" changes likes the weather in this rough economic climate.   Plus, with the local election round the corner, trustees await on how this will affect their realities further. More positively, the PMI has launched diversity and inclusion certificate training. This has followed the TPR's action plan to encourage diversity among trustee boards and is expected to offer training in June 2023. This is just a snapshot of a trustee’s reality as of present, plus so many other issues and changes to work through. With so much for trustees to worry about, how much is too much?

Would you like the opportunity to sit in a room with fellow trustees, discuss your burning questions and get the solutions to the main issues on your radar? Then look no further for first-class company, and a second-to-none experience!

Join us at Trustee Senate Spring: Connect, Converse, Commence to discuss and tackle the most topical issues at hand for trustees. Over two days at Fanham's Hall in Hertfordshire, Professional Pensions welcomes you to a line-up of keynotes, fireside chats, case studies and boardroom workshops. Our sessions will dive into a multitude of topics, whilst also providing support for your schemes and giving you the chance to voice your opinions. Greet the rest of 2023 with a fresh attitude and stay ahead of the curve of the pension’s discussion. With such challenging times in addition to an already competitive market, you can't afford to miss out!


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Who should attend?

The Trustee Senate agenda has been carefully curated through delegate research with an advisory board, tailored to suit Independent Trustees, Chair of Trustees, Chairs of Investment Sub-Committees and Trustees (representing schemes with £500m+ assets under management)


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Contact

For sponsorship queries contact:
Liam Barrett
Sales Director
+44 (0)207 484 9977
For registration queries contact:
Joshua Wrazen
Group Head of Marketing - Institutional
+44 (0)207 484 9995
For programme queries contact:
Mia Breading
Event Producer
+44 (0) 20 7484 9798
For Event Logistics enquiries:
Mollie Lindsay-Bush
Event-Coordinator
+44 (0)20 7484 9709