SPP Roundtable – “Where Next for DB?”
Theme & Facilitators:
- Identifying the end-game for DB schemes and the impact on funding and investment strategies – Rob Gardner (Founder & Co-Chief Executive, Lead Investment Consultant – Redington)
- Current de-risking opportunities – Charlie Finch (Partner – LCP)
- A better way of dealing with distressed DB schemes? – Jeremy Goodwin (Partner – Eversheds LLP) & Guy Freeman (Co-Head of Business Development – Rothesay Life)
Linklaters LLP, One Silk Street, London EC2Y 8HQ
Cost and Booking:
The attendance charge is £200.00 (SPP is not registered for VAT).
We look forward to receiving your organisation’s booking by completing the booking slip available here or by using the online booking form and informing us of:
- Name of attender
- Specific Topics to Discuss
- Name of Organisation
- Email Address
- Contact Telephone Number
0930 – Coffee and Registration
1000 – Roundtable
1230 – Buffet Lunch
The Roundtable is accredited with up to 2½ hours under the PMI CPD Scheme, and might be relevant to other professions’ CPD requirements.
The aim is to focus on issues such as the exit strategy for DB schemes and how they should be managed and invested to achieve this.
The aim is to stimulate high level discussion among senior policy makers within SPP members.
The Roundtable is not planned to be a large event. Attendance will initially be limited to one person from each SPP member, strictly on a first come, first served basis, but if you would like more than one person to attend, subject to space, please let us know. Please only send payment for the primary attender. We will bill the second attender when we are sure a place is definitely available.
Do not miss this opportunity for an informal Roundtable discussion led by these eminently qualified facilitators.
As one of the facilitators at a recent Roundtable said
“The Roundtable is a great opportunity for colleagues to have a frank discussion of key issues and to gain insights on how these can be dealt with. I would highly recommend attending.”