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Investment and Asset Management

Promoting Pensions to Employees

Ensuring good governance and effective communication

London |
Speakers include:
Sandra Wolf

Sandra Wolf

Pensions Expert

Overview

As pensions are becoming ever more important with increasing longevity, latest state pension age changes and the requirement for individuals to make more meaningful savings, employees need a clear understanding and direction on what is available to them.

How can employee benefit consultants demonstrate value for money to employees? What are the ways to encourage employee involvement and how does technology help? How can consultants explain the risks associated with investments and ensure the sustainability of pensions in uncertain times? How can trustee boards become highly effective governing bodies?
This confidential editorial dinner, organised by the Financial Times and Pensions Expert in association with NEST, will bring together employee benefit consultants to share their experiences in increasing employee engagement, ensuring effective communication, and explore the best strategies for good governance.

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Agenda - 22nd Nov

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

    Sandra Wolf, Editor, Pensions Expert

  • 6:20pm
    Discussion Commences
  • 8:00pm
    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)

We are the provider of choice for companies who care about the future of their workforce.

At NEST, we are dedicated to aiming to achieve a better retirement outcome for our members. Designed to reduce complexity and foster member engagement, we are proud of the quality of our governance and award-winning investment strategy that aims to take long-term care of members’ money.

Our experienced in-house team works with leading fund managers to access a wide range of global assets. We have also designed default funds around the year we expect workers to retire. This makes for an innovative and awarding-winning scheme that’s designed to deliver strong returns without taking undue risk.

What is more, we constantly listen to our customers and improve how our scheme’s delivered to make sure it is as easy as possible to run.

That is why over a third of all businesses who have set up a workplace pension have made the smart choice by choosing us.

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