The 4th Conference on

DC PENSIONS
and
Master Trusts
Adapting to a Changing Landscape

Virtual Conference

  • Date & Time
    14th Jul 2021
    10:00 - 15.40 (BST)
  • Price
    £290+VAT
    (standard delegate ticket)
    Click REGISTER NOW to view all ticket options

Conference Overview

The DC landscape is changing rapidly, with further consolidation expected and a continuing shift to master trusts. It is anticipated that by 2026, master trust assets will grow from £35bn to £400bn. Regulatory pressures on smaller DC schemes is likely to accelerate this trend with many seeing the benefit of outsourcing DC delivery.

Other key drivers of transformation in the market include default fund design becoming increasingly sophisticated, ESG integration, and a rise in pot consolidation which will progress further with the implementation of the pensions dashboard.

This conference will explore the key trends and developments in DC workplace pensions, including the important role of master trusts, and consider what these mean for the industry, schemes and members.

Please request the programme for further details.

 

 

The event will include senior representatives from:

DEPARTMENT FOR WORK AND PENSIONS
STANDARD LIFE
ISIO
ROSS TRUSTEES
CUSHON
HYMANS ROBERTSON
SACKERS
SMART PENSION

Please request the programme for further details.

The conference will be delivered via the Zoom webinar platform. To minimise the risk of technical disruption and deliver high quality transmission, speakers’ presentations will, where possible, be pre-recorded a few days before the event and broadcast on the day of the conference. Q&A with the speakers will be live, with questions asked verbally or submitted in writing via the Slido platform.

The conference will begin at 10am and finish at approximately 3.40pm (BST). There will be breaks throughout the day, enabling delegates to refresh and refocus and any sessions missed can be viewed on demand soon after the conference (subject to availability).

Ticket Options

Standard delegate registration(s) which includes access to the live online conference and on-demand access to the available content after the event (downloadable from a few days after the conference date).
£290 + VAT at 20% £58 each Total £348 per person

Multiple registrations as for standard registration where 3 or more delegates from the same company are booked at the same time (names can be advised later).
£260 + VAT at 20% £52 each Total £312 per person

Trustee and scheme sponsor registration(s) as for standard delegate ticket but reduced price available at the discretion of the organisers. For full details please telephone 020 7582 6516

To register please click the REGISTER NOW button.

Terms of Payment. The full fee becomes payable on registration and should be paid prior to the event. Terms of business are in accordance with the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act.

Payment Methods.  The preferred method of payment is bank to bank transfer but we also accept card payments and cheques made payable to Westminster and City Programmes.

Cancellations, in writing only, received and acknowledged 14 clear days prior to an event are subject to a 10% cancellation fee. Registrations or cancellations made within the 14 day period prior to an event are payable in full in all circumstances.

Substitutions. There is no extra charge for substitutions as long as we are notified before the conference starts and any replacement is from the same company. Substitutions for part of the conference only are not possible.

No Sharing or Splitting. Each registration applies to one named person only. Registrations cannot be shared or split between different people even if they are present for different parts of the day.

Non-Appearance on the day is chargeable, whether or not the invoice has been paid.

Programme Changes. Every effort is made to keep to the published programme but occasionally speaker, venue or timetable changes are unavoidable. The right to change arrangements without liability is reserved and no liability is accepted for consequential loss.