The Pension and Lifetime Savings Association conference is one of the most prestigious investment conferences of the year. This years’ theme is “Investing on the Brink” and will take a look at investment’s role in creating prosperity in an equitable and sustainable way. The event will focus on a feeling that we are “on the brink”, with uncertainty everywhere in a post-Brexit world, with global trade wars and much economic uncertainty at this time. It will also cover topics such as the UK economy post-Brexit, global trade wars, defined contribution pensions, risk management in investments and much more.
Where will the conference be held?
The conference will be held at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, the postal address of which is The Exchange, 150 Morrison St, Edinburgh EH3 8EE.
Who are the Pension and Lifetime Savings Association?
The Pension and Lifetime Savings Association (PLSA) are an organization set up to provide a voice for employers as well as trustees of pension schemes and the providers themselves. With support provided by over 13,00 pension schemes and 400 different businesses, the PLSA help educate pension savers through their partnership with Wealth at Work and provide a platform to help support them. Businesses are invited to become a member of the association by signing up to Fund Membership (aimed at pension funds and employers looking to offer a workplace pension or Business membership (aimed at organisations who provide services to the pensions and lifetime savings industry).
The 2019 conference
This years’ conference will take place over 3 days from 6th – 8th March at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC). To view a complete program of events, please click here. Some of the keynote speakers to feature at the conference this year include:
- Alistair Darling – the Former Chancellor of the Exchequer
- Paul Johnson – Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS)
- Katya Adler – Broadcaster and noted Financial Journalist
- as well as Hannah Fry, Elizabeth Corley, Jeremy Coller and Nathan Sheets.
The event is free for all fund members, with fees for business members and non-members available to view here. Your conference pass includes admission to all official conference sessions and social events as well as catering throughout the event. There will also be a drinks food and networking evening which will take place on Thursday 8th March.
The Pensions and Lifetime Savings association conference is one of the pension industry’s largest and most important events. It gives you the chance to network with over 950 pension professionals from different sectors within the pension industry including trustees, investment officers and scheme managers as well as investment managers, specialists and consultants.
Click https://www.plsa.co.uk/Events-Investment-Conference to visit the official website of the conference.
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