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Investment and Asset Management

De-risking DB Pensions

Investment Strategies for Risk Transferring

London |
Speakers include:
Sandra Wolf

Sandra Wolf

Pensions Expert

Overview

Interest rates have remained low while life expectancy is still rising, and so are pensions costs, putting pressure on business accounts.  Pension risk transfers have become more common in recent years as companies look for new ways to de-risk their pension liabilities. However, volatility in equity markets and low gilt yields mean that sponsors may not be in a position to execute a full buyout, instead keeping their schemes in-house. But what are the advantages of outsourcing a pension scheme to an insurer compared with run-off? How can sponsors secure enough funding for de-risking? How do governance procedures and standards before and after a buyout compare? What is the current pricing for risk transfers?  

This confidential editorial dinner, organised by the Financial Times Group and Pensions Expert in association with Pension Insurance Corporation, will bring together Chief Financial Officers from a range of sectors to discuss which schemes are better off with a risk transfer and which might be better served with run-off, and to compare different scheme transaction options in terms of cost, risk and governance.

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Agenda - 16th May

  • 6:00pm
    Welcome Drinks
  • 6:15pm
    Opening Remarks

    Sandra Wolf, Editor, Pensions Expert

  • 6:20pm
    Discussion Commences
  • 7:55pm
    Closing Remarks

    Sandra Wolf, Editor, Pensions Expert

Chair (1)

Sandra Wolf

Sandra Wolf

Editor
Pensions Expert

Sandra Wolf is the editor of Pensions Expert, the Financial Times' magazine for pension professionals. She has nine years’ experience as a pensions journalist. She was previously Pensions Expert's deputy editor, covering defined benefit, defined contribution, auto­enrolment, investment and legislation topics. Before joining Pensions Expert, she held the deputy editor position at FT publication MandateWire, where she wrote about pension funds’ investment activities.

Presented by (1)

Pensions Expert is the Financial Times' specialist title for UK workplace pension schemes. It is the authoritative source of information on how these schemes and their sponsoring employers are working together to provide their members with an adequate retirement income.

Our case studies, news analysis and informed comment provide trustees, management teams and their providers with timely, practical information to inform their day-to-day jobs.

In association with (1)

Pension Insurance Corporation plc (“PIC”) is a leading provider of buy-ins and buyouts to the trustees and sponsors of UK defined benefit pension schemes. At year-end 2017, PIC had insured 151,600 pension fund members and had £25.7 billion in financial investments, accumulated through the provision of tailored pension insurance buyouts and buy-ins to the trustees and sponsors of UK defined benefit pension schemes. Clients include FTSE 100 companies, multinationals and the public sector. PIC is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority (FRN 454345). 

Venue

Financial Times Headquarters
One Southwark Bridge
London SE1 9HL

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7775 6653
Email: ftlive@ft.com

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