AMNT Winter Conference 2016


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Our winter conference welcomed many new faces. The sessions were designed to encourage debate amongst our members and share experiences and ideas and centred on exploring our theme for the day: 'Balance of Power? Who actually runs pension schemes? Trustees, employers or advisers?'

Thank you to everybody who was involved in planning, supporting and contributing to the day. We look forward to seeing you again in 2017.

Thank you to all our speakers:

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Jack Jones

Editor: Engaged Investor and Pensions Insight


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Danielle Avital

Consultant – Williams Towers Watson

Empowering Trustees through technology

The Willis Towers Watson 2018 Pensions and Savings Conference

Sanjay Gupta

Willis Towers Watson

Empowering Trustees through technology


Janice Turner

Co-founder Red Line Voting

Red Line Initiative: how it relates to all pension schemes: Interactive session, based on AMNT survey of members

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Malcolm McLean

Senior Consultant, Barnett Waddingham

Panel discussion

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Keith Wallace

Pensions Institute

Panel discussion

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Lesley Williams

Chair: Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association: PLSA

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

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Michelle Cracknell

Chief Executive: The Pensions Advisory Service: TPAS

“Balance of power? Don't forget the scheme members!”

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Lee Hollingworth

Hymans Robertson: DC pension scheme investment and governance

Panel discussion

Memories from the day

A special thanks to our hosts at Willis Towers Watson for hosting our event

And thank you to our sponsors for their continued support:

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