AMNT Half-day Conference – Edinburgh, 12th April

Putting members first in 2018: MNTs rise to the pension scheme challenges

Date: Thursday 12th April, 2018
Venue: Exchange Place 1, 1 Semple Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8BL.
Hosts: Hymans Robertson

To know more about this event, please browse through the agenda below. Registration is open!

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9:00 – 9:30

Arrival and registration

Coffee and tea will be available.


Welcome by our host

Hymans Robertson.


Key note address: What challenges has 2018 brought for Trustees?

Presented by Julia Miller from Capital Cranfield.


How Trustees can tackle 21st Century Trusteeship

Presented by Laura Andrikopoulos.


Tea and coffee break

Enjoy some light refreshments and networking.


Engaging your members to deliver better outcomes

Series of presentations:

Communicating with members (DB & DC) in an engaging way.
With Monica Smith from Hymans Robertson.

How can you support members understand and access their options? (DB & DC) 
With Ryan Markham.


Breakout session

Group A: Should small schemes be tackling the increasing governance challenges?
With Martin Potter and Lindsay Davies

Group B: De-risking schemes in 2018: buy-ins, buy-outs and longevity hedging.
With Kieran Mistry.


Lunch and networking



A special thank you to Hymans Robertson for hosting our event

And thank you to our sponsors for their continued support:

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