AMNT Summer Conference 2016


Thank you to all our speakers:

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Jonathan Stapleton

Editor-in-Chief Professional Pensions

Keynote address: The background to delegation: Overview of the UK Pensions scene 2016

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Mark Evans

Head of Corporate Consulting at Capita Employee Benefits Capita

Results of survey of AMNT members

SJW Branding and Communications 1

Stephen Willard

Director - Brand Strategy at SJW Branding and Communications

AMNT – come alive through digital

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Kerry Coleman

E-Learning Manager at The Pensions Regulator

An introduction to investment TPR Module

Robin Bell at AMNT and Malcolm Pearce at Capita

Editor-in-Chief Professional Pensions

AMNT's trustee delegation prize quiz

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Paul Trickett

Chair at Railpen Investments

Can trustees control costs and charges? A practical case history

Transparency Symposium "What is the true purpose and potential of the pensions industry?"

Andy Agathangelou

Founding Chair at Transparency Task Force

Can trustees control costs and charges?Campaigning for more change

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Dr Chris Seir

Professor of Practice at Newcastle University Business School

Can trustees control costs and charges? Campaigning for more change

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Colin Meech

National Officer at Unison

LGPS Update

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Rory Murphy

Chairman at Merchant Navy Officers Pension Fund

The Alchemy of Governance

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Ewan Cameron Watt

Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at Blackrock

Keynote address: The background to delegation: Investment overview


Janice Turner

Co-Chair at AMNT

Red Line Voting: momentum gathers


Memories from the day

A special thanks to our hosts at Capita Employee Benefits for hosting our event

And thank you to our sponsors for their continued support:

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