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Investment and Asset Management

Evolving DB Pensions

London |
Speakers include:
Tom  Dines

Tom Dines

Pensions Expert

John  Llewellyn

John Llewellyn

Llewellyn Consulting

Overview

Adapting to a changing market environment

Financial Times Live and Pensions Expert are delighted to be partnering with Pension Insurance Corporation to co-host an evening of lively discussion on topics governing the future of defined benefit (DB) pension strategies for companies, particularly in the light of the Brexit vote.

Factors affecting companies’ pension liabilities are often driven by events on a global level, whether political or economic. Recognising these and the impact they can have on corporate activity, such as dividend payments is a vital tool to help board level executives develop plans to meet an ever evolving business world.

This is the third of a four-part roundtable series and over dinner, guests will be asked to share their thoughts with fellow Chief Financial Officers and Finance Directors under the Chatham House rule.

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Agenda - 28th Feb

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

    Tom Dines, Deputy Editor, Pensions Expert

  • 6:20pm
    Thought Leadership Presentation

    The influence of DB pensions on the market valuation of the pension scheme sponsor: Key findings and latest updates

    John Llewellyn, Partner and Co-Founder, Llewellyn Consulting

  • 6:30pm
    Discussion Commences
  • 8:00pm
    Closing Remarks

    Tom Dines, Deputy Editor, Pensions Expert

CHAIR (1)

Tom  Dines

Tom Dines

Deputy Editor
Pensions Expert

Tom Dines has worked for Pensions Expert since January 2014 and was recently appointed Deputy Editor. Previously he worked as a reporter on New Civil Engineer magazine.

SPEAKER (1)

John  Llewellyn

John Llewellyn

Partner and Co-Founder
Llewellyn Consulting

John Llewellyn is Partner and Co-Founder of Llewellyn ConsultingBefore co-founding Llewellyn Consulting, Mr Llewellyn was Global Chief Economist and then Senior Economic Policy Advisor at Lehman Brothers. This followed almost twenty years at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris, where variously he was Head of International Forecasting and Policy Analysis, editor of the OECD Economic Outlook, Deputy Director for Social Affairs, Manpower and Education, and finally Chef de Cabinet to the Secretary-General. Prior to that he spent nearly ten years at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Cambridge, and he was also a Fellow of St. John’s College. In 1974 he was appointed Assistant Director of Research in the Faculty of Economics.

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") provides tailored pension insurance buyouts and buy-ins to the trustees and sponsors of UK defined benefit pension funds. PIC brings safety and security to scheme members' benefits through innovative, bespoke insurance solutions,

which include deferred premiums and the use of company assets as part payment. At year end 2015 PIC had £16.6bn in assets and had insured 132,100 pension fund members. Clients include FTSE 100 companies, multinationals and the public sector. PIC is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority (FRN 454345). 

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