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During this webinar we share insights on how to drive better transparency on the fees paid to your pension providers, giving you the platform to gain a clearer understanding of what your scheme is actually paying and to whom. We also share insights into developments within the UK market that empowers schemes to compare cost and performance of investment managers.
We were delighted to partner with the IAPF to share thoughts and best practice ideas to help trustees remain compliant with the increasingly demanding governance burdens.
During this interactive webinar we discuss the key governance challenges that schemes across the country face including:
- The IORP II directive
- Pensions Roadmap – 2018 to 2023
- EIOPA / ECB reporting requirements
- EIOPA Stress Tests
- Anti-money laundering
This thought provoking discussion gives great insights on how to navigate through the rapidly evolving Irish pensions market. You will hear oversights of the changes ahead, and key insights that will help to reduce tomorrow's burdens today.
You will also hear lessons and best practice learnt from the UK where Auto-Enrolment has been a requirement since 2012. These insights are given by the Managing Director of Capital Cranfield Independent Trustees, Neil McPherson.
This webinar addresses everything that you need to know about Pension Investment Governance and Member Communications. Our presenters examine what companies and trustees need to know to successfully tackle the challenges of DC Governance.
The Pensions Authority Codes of Governance for DC Schemes are designed to assist trustees in delivering good member outcomes. In this webinar we address DC Code 1 – Scheme Governance and DC Code 9 – Risk Management.
This Webinar specifically looks at the solutions that schemes should consider to improve value for money in order to help members achieve better outcomes.
In this webinar we discuss what behavioural science is, explore why it is important, and illustrate how trustees can make better decisions for their scheme and members. We also profile a typical trustee board and explain how behavioural bias is impacting trustee meetings and decision-making.
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