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Fiduciary Management Summit 2012

Event : Fiduciary Management Summit 2012

Wed, 25/01/2012  
Conducted by : Finance IQ
Contact : Rosa Cortez

 As Pension Fund Managers and Trustees struggle to contend with the Eurozone Crisis, Funding Gaps, Deficits and Risk Mitigation it is predicted that the UK, like the Dutch market before, will move increasingly towards a Fiduciary Management model.

 
What are the implications and challenges facing pension funds as they consider moving towards a Fiduciary Model?
 
The inaugural Finance IQ Fiduciary Management Summit will bring together Fund Managers, Plan Sponsors, CIO’s and Trustees together with Fiduciary Managers, Asset Managers, Boutique Houses and Consultants to explore in detail the options and potential consequences of a decision to work with a Fiduciary Manager.
 
Thought Leadership highlights include:
Macro view of the pensions’ market - is the DB model sustainable?
Hear from the UK Pensions Regulator on its views on Risk Sharing and Corporate Governance
Defining the FM Model for the UK market
Manager selection and performance monitoring
‘Small is beautiful’ – Do boutique managers offer better performance?
Fiduciary panel - How will you steer your clients through choppy financial waters?
Innovative round table selection format
 
Who should attend the Fiduciary Management Summit 2012?
Plan Sponsors
Pension Fund Trustees
Pension Directors
Fiduciary Mangers
Asset Managers
Risk Managers
Pension Actuaries
Pension Consultants
 
Click here for further information and to download the information pack.
 
Alternatively, call us on +44 (0)20 7368 9300 or +44 (0)20 7036 1300, or email enquire@iqpc.co.uk 
 
 
 
 

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