Sorry to have to inform you that you missed this particular event. We would like to thank all those that attended and contributed to making the event such a success. It is the intention of Fitzgerald Actuarial to hold further regional events, so please keep an eye out for these. In terms of the Seminar presentations, these will initially be sent to attendees before being made available for wider circulation.
If you would like a copy of the presentations please contact John Grant at John.Grant@Fitzgeraldactuarial.ie
Fitzgerald Actuarial is partnering with Zurich in holding a topical pensions seminar entitled “20-20 Vision – Scheme Transformations”. While admission is free, places are limited so we would advise early booking. To Register please click the image below or the registration button at the foot of this page, which will take you to the Eventbrite registration page.
- Disruption of Market: An overview of all the factors leading to a move to transfers from DC and DB schemes to new arrangements
- Managing Wind-ups & Transfers: Key issues in planning and managing the fallout
- Key issues in a DC world: Value proposition, PRB and investment selection
- Panel discussion
This seminar is aimed at Finance, HR and Benefit managers and would also be informative for trustees of group pension plans.
Michael Fitzgerald and John Grant of Fitzgerald Actuarial, both experienced pension professionals, will examine the drivers for change and the practical steps needed to be taken by employers and trustees as we move inexorably to a world of defined contribution (DC) schemes and the key issues in evaluating DC arrangements.
DC arrangements will also have to transform, in preparation for auto-enrolment. Rose Leonard, Head of Corporate Distribution & Customer Relationships, of Zurich will look at value propositions in this new DC world.
The Cork Seminar starts promptly at 11:00 on 4th December 2019 and is followed by a buffet lunch at 12:30. The Seminar is being held in the Clayton Hotel, Lapp’s Quay, Cork, T12 RD6E.
Note: We are also holding the Seminar in Limerick in the morning of 5th December 2019; see Limerick Event