Robert Branagh, Past President of the PMI, discusses the key characteristics of professionalism, and how it is developed, the current state of professionalism in the UK, what millennials bring to the mix and what PMI can do to help going forwards.
Tom Cowley, Associate, Barnett WaddinghamRecorded: Aug 20 201816 mins
Tom Cowley, Associate at Barnett Waddingham, discusses why pensions administrations have recently been brought to focus, how trustees can engage with pensions administration providers, and exercises that can be done to improve the pensions admin service.
Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at WorkRecorded: Aug 17 20187 mins
DB pension failures have been making headlines recently casting into the spotlight the support that members receive. Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, discusses DB transfers and the best ways to protect members.
Michelle Cracknell, CEO, TPASRecorded: Aug 15 20185 mins
Michelle Cracknell, CEO at TPAS, discusses what's currently on offer for pensions communication, what developments and implementations there may be for technology in this sector, minimizing data protection and cyber security risk, and explains the do's and don'ts of scams.
Jonathan Watts-Lay, Director, WEALTH at work, discusses the background behind recommendations to offer default decumulation pathways, what impact this could have on individuals and what the alternative could be.
Pretty Sagoo, Head of Pricing and Execution in Legal & General’s Pension Risk Transfer business, discusses how investments affect buy-in and buyout pricing and what that means for trustees looking to de-risk schemes.
Baroness Susan Greenfield CBERecorded: Aug 13 20183 mins
We are pleased to be holding our fourth Annual Lecture on 12 September 2018. This year's speaker is Tim Harford, a world-renowned behavioural economist, award-winning FT columnist and BBC broadcaster. Register to attend here https://pensions-pmi.co.uk/p/1TJ9-9AP/pmi-annual-lecture-2018
View the highlights from our 2017 lecture with Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE here.