CIPP Future of Pensions Conference

Event: CIPP Future of Pensions Conference

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Location: Newcastle

The future of pensions conferences, are the perfect opportunity for you to hear about the developments within the industry and expert opinions on the future of pensions. This conference will have speaker led topics which will aid the expansion of your knowledge and understanding of pensions legislation and the impact on your organisations HR and reward strategy.

Benefits of attending

  • Hear about the recent, and proposed, changes in legislation which affect the pensions industry and how to comply
  • Discuss and debate what best practice could and should look like within pensions administration and communications, particularly automatic enrolment
  • Network with key suppliers and peers within the industry, learning from the experiences of others

NOW: Pensions will be speaking and exhibiting at this event.

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