Please join us for an informative half-day event in Manchester or London, focusing on our ongoing ‘future of trusteeship and governance’ consultation.

You'll have the opportunity to hear from our experts, network with other trustees and have your chance to share your thoughts with us on the future of trusteeship.

About

We're currently running a 12-week public consultation about the future of trusteeship and governance of occupational pension schemes. We want to reform standards so all savers are in schemes that deliver good value.

The consultation covers three key areas:-

1. Trustee knowledge and understanding, skills and ongoing learning and development

We want to look further at whether those managing schemes have the right knowledge and understanding and appropriate skills, and that these are kept up to date.

2. Scheme governance structures for effective decision-making

We want to look at how boards could become more diverse, inclusive and be able to demonstrate that they have the right mix of skills, knowledge and understanding for running the scheme, including our aspiration to see an accredited professional trustee on every board in the future.

3. Driving DC scheme consolidation

We are looking at how to remove barriers to consolidation, to ensure more savers have access to well-run schemes.

We are keen to hear views from industry to inform our thinking and next steps, and to consider what more can be done (including changes to the legislative framework) to ensure savers have access to better governed schemes in the future.

We hope you’ll be able to join us in either Manchester or London. But whether you can make one of the consultation events or not, we encourage you to visit the dedicated consultation document on our website.

Agenda

  • Welcome coffee and networking

  • Opening address

    • David Fairs, Executive Director of Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice, The Pensions Regulator
  • Overview

    • Louise Sivyer, Policy Manager, Governance, Administration and DC, The Pensions Regulator
  • Group discussion and feedback

  • Coffee break

  • Group discussion and feedback

  • Panel Q&A

  • Closing remarks

  • Welcome coffee and networking

  • Opening address

    • David Fairs, Executive Director of Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice, The Pensions Regulator
  • Overview

    • Louise Sivyer, Policy Manager, Governance, Administration and DC, The Pensions Regulator
  • Group discussion and feedback

  • Coffee break

  • Group discussion and feedback

  • Panel Q&A

  • Closing remarks


Venues

Midland Hotel,
16 Peter Street,
Manchester,
M60 2DS
etc. venues,
Prospero House,
241 Borough High Street,
London Bridge,
SE1 1GA

Speakers

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David Fairs

Executive Director of Regulatory Policy, Analysis and Advice, The Pensions Regulator

David is the Executive Director of Regulatory Policy, Analys...
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Louise Sivyer

Policy Manager, Governance, Administration and DC, The Pensions Regulator

Louise Sivyer is a policy manager in TPR’s Regulatory Policy...
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Registrations for the Manchester and London consultation have now reached capacity.

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