Registrations are now open for the TUC Pensions Conference 2024 on Wednesday 13 March at Congress House, London.
With a general election on the horizon, the conference will explore the challenges facing an incoming government in pensions policy.
Delegates will hear from shadow work and pensions secretary Liz Kendall on Labour’s pensions priorities, and from chair of the National Infrastructure Commission Sir John Armitt on the investments needed to transform the UK economy.
There will also be a range of workshops and panel discussions covering the state pension, auto-enrolment, ESG investing, trustee diversity and inclusion, pension scheme communications and more.
09:50 – Opening remarks
Kate Bell, assistant general secretary, TUC
10:00 – Keynote
Liz Kendall, shadow work and pensions secretary
10:30 – Panel discussion: Auto-enrolment – the next steps
11:25 – Coffee break
11:45 – Panel discussion: The role of the state pension in a strategy for ageing
12:45 – Lunch
13:45 – Workshops
Alex Ryan, head of pensions, Unite Pension Scheme
Pass-through voting in pooled funds
The case for re-opening DB schemes
14:35 – Workshops
How to avoid the Pensions Ombudsman
The S in ESG investing
Applying TPR’s Single General Code
Nick Gannon, policy lead, the Pensions Regulator
15:25 – coffee
15:45 – Keynote: Transforming the UK’s infrastructure
Sir John Armitt, chair, National Infrastructure Commission
16:15 – Panel discussion – The role of pension schemes in funding infrastructure
17:00 – Conference ends
28 Great Russell Street
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