Empowering Charities and their Employees for a Secure Future: A 1-Day Event for Pension Professionals in the Not-For-Profit Sector
Posted on 27th June 2023 at 15:45
Calling all pension professionals in the not-for-profit sector!
We invite you to join us for an exclusive 1-day event designed to connect, collaborate and share knowledge with fellow peers and industry experts.
Pension professionals in the not-for-profit sector play a crucial role in ensuring the financial future stability of their organisation and employees. To support your professional growth, knowledge exchange and networking opportunities, we are delighted to announce an exciting 1-day event specifically tailored for pension professionals in the charity sector. This unique gathering promises to be an enriching experience, providing an opportunity to connect, share knowledge and inspire each other for greater impact.
Date: Tuesday 26 September | 10.00am to 4.00pm
Location: City of London
Who Should Attend: Persons responsible for pensions at charities or not-for-profit organisations, which normally includes Pension Managers, Heads / Directors of HR, Reward, Finance, Chief Operating Officers, Pension Trustees.
Speakers and Topics:
The fulll programme will be available by late July, but will cover both DB and DC schemes with a format of open discussions, workshops and talks with:
Gemma Woodall and Jen Norris from our Actuarial and Consultancy Partner Isio providing the latest actuarial and consultancy updates.
Neil Smith and Kate Freeman from our Legal Partner CMS providing the latest legal and regulatory updates.
Shelly Morris from Living Pension | Living Wage Foundation
Karen Shackleton from Pensions for Purpose
Plus case studies from a selection of CPC member organisations
Current CPC members include; Action for Children, Age UK, Barnardo's, British Horseracing Authority, Canal and River Trust, English Heritage, Family Fund, Mencap, National Trust, PDSA, Royal Ballet School, Royal Pharmaceutical Society, RSBC, Save the Children, SightSavers, Wellcome Trust.
Networking Opportunities: Expand your professional network and forge valuable connections with like-minded pension professionals. Engage in meaningful conversations, exchange ideas, and build relationships that can propel your career forward.
Stepping out for Lunch: We will be enjoying a delicious lunch in a nearby restaurant away from the meeting room. Take this opportunity to refuel, connect with peers, and engage in conversations that can spark new insights and collaborations.
Expert Speakers: Benefit from the expertise of renowned industry speakers who will share insights, best practices, and emerging trends in the pension landscape. Gain valuable knowledge and practical strategies to enhance your pension management skills.
Interactive Sessions: Participate in interactive sessions, case studies and workshops focused on relevant topics in the not-for-profit pension sector.
Knowledge Exchange: Engage in dynamic discussions and knowledge exchange with fellow professionals. Share your experiences, challenges, and successes while learning from the diverse perspectives and expertise of others.
As pension professionals in the charity sector, your expertise plays a vital role in ensuring the long-term sustainability and financial security of charitable organisations. This 1-day event offers a unique experience to gather, collaborate and learn from each other. Join us for an inspiring day of knowledge sharing, interactive sessions and meaningful networking.
Places are limited for non-members so register today to avoid disappointment!
CPC Members - Free - up to 2 representatives from member organisations can attend the meeting free. Extra attendees can join at the reduced fee of £65 per person.
Non-Members - £160 (includes membership to the CPC for the remainder of 2023). Must be employees/representatives of the charitable/not-for-profit organisation and not a third party.
This event is open to charity/not-for-profit employees/representatives only.
How to Register
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