AMNT Autumn Conference 2016

#AMNTBrexit2016

"Many interesting views discussed at today's conference, including "Brexit is just one of those unknowns in many unknowns" "


Our autumn conference was full of great speakers and current topics based around the hot subject: 'Brexit and beyond: what trustees need to do?' With special keynote speaker Lord Flight, group debate participation and results of the recent trustee survey released, it was a busy and insightful day for all involved.

Thank you to all our speakers:

Lord Flight Photo

Lord Flight

Conservative member of the House of Lords

Keynote address: "Why Brexit will be best for the City”

Jeff Houston photograph

Jeff Houston

Head of Pensions: Local Government Association

“Local Government Pension Scheme: Cutting costs and charges: the campaign continues”

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Victoria Bell

RPMI: Director, Trustee Accounting

“Cutting costs and charges: how Railpen took the initiative and succeeded”

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Robin Bell

AMNT committee member

Training programme for AMNT members

Tim Middleton

PMI

"Pensions Management Institute: PMI: Pension scheme trusteeship"

Lorraine Porter

Client development Director, LCP

"Training programme for AMNT members"

Alan Gander

AMNT committee member

AMNT annual survey of members: trusteeship, responsible investment, Brexit and other issues

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Keynote address: Toby Nangle

Co-Head of Asset Allocation; broadcaster - Columbia Threadneedle Investments

“Impact and outlook of Brexit”

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Ian Pittaway

Sackers & Chair of APPT

Industry wise heads: panel on topical issues

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Chris Wagstaff

Columbia Threadneedle

Industry wise heads: panel on topical issues

Sanjay Gupta

Willis Towers Watson

Industry wise heads: panel on topical issues

Memories from the day

A special thanks to our hosts at Columbia Threadneedle Investments for hosting our event

And thank you to our sponsors for their continued support:

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