Fierce criticism from the Work and Pensions Select Committee over its handling of the BHS and Carillion situations have left the Pensions Regulator reeling and on the back foot. It has prompted the Government to begin a review of its powers with the promise of future fines for “reckless behaviour” by company owners. The Government also wants the Regulator to pin down the woolly phrases at the heart of the flexibilities in the funding system – “prudence” and “appropriate”. In response The Regulator has made it known that change is afoot and it is going to revolutionise it’s approach and will be quicker, tougher and clearer.
Please join us on 7th November for a lively discussion on what the future could hold for DB pensions.
A similar Broadstone event held in London recently was extremely well received, comments from attendees included:
“I thought the choice of venue, the mix of attendees and the quality of the discussion was excellent”
“Big thanks for a really excellent event yesterday. Informative, fun and a cracking venue”
“It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening with lively and informative discussion at an iconic venue”
Our speakers include:
- Nigel Jones (Head of Consulting and Actuarial) – for Nigel’s bio please click here
- David Brooks (Technical Director) – for David’s bio please click here
The evening starts at 17.15 – you are more than welcome to take some time to wander around the museum. Drinks, canapes and an opportunity to network will follow the discussion.
|The Regulator - innovating and evolving||18:10|
|Drinks and Canapes||19:30|