The-Pensions-Net-Work is a membership-based standing conference in pensions and employee benefits, which meets four times a year, to consider matters of importance to the industry.Find out more about this event.
Join us at this seminar focusing on digitalisation. This 'no holds barred' seminar will put the spotlight on life and pensions legacy business and the impact digitalisation will have on the sector over the next three years.Find out more about this event.
Primarily for Scheme Managers and Local Pension Board members this conference will provide practical guidance on how to be an effective board and meet TPR requirements for good governance and will offer Pension Board chairs the opportunity to network with their counterparts in other Fire Authorities.Find out more about this event.
We are delighted to be sponsoring the next North West Tester Gathering. The North West Tester Gathering is a community of people who are passionate about software testing, test process and Agile software development.
It is a an informal forum for sharing knowledge and experiences with other like-minded individuals from many organisations.Find out more about this event.
The Summit provides you with the opportunity to discuss the key issues and remaining uncertainties surrounding the Pensions Dashboard – and to work out what you should be doing now to position your business for the new opportunities change is bringing.Find out more about this event.
The next social event for the Surrey Agile and Scrum User Group will take place on Wednesday 26 September at The Bell pub in Reigate. We will aim to discuss a few ideas for the October event. We hope to see you there.
The Bell, 21 Bell St, Reigate, RH2 7ADFor more details, please email Gary Lane.
We are delighted to be speaking at this year's Lean Agile Scotland event between 3 and 5 October 2018. Lean Agile Scotland brings together some of the most engaging minds in the community, to share ideas and help generate new ones. Returning for its 7th year, Lean Agile Scotland will provide three days of inspiring learning from a dynamic mix of stimulating keynotes and practitioners working on the front line of the industry.Find out more about this event.
The most important annual event for anyone involved in pensions.
Come and visit us at stand 616!Find out more about this event.
The enterprise architecture and technology landscape in many LP&I providers is highly complex, with a mix of older legacy applications, new platforms and enterprise utility solutions. Product providers must find effective methods to adapt to frequently-changing legislation and regulations, while reacting positively to new market opportunities and protecting their position. Technology evolution is crucial in enabling business change.To register your interest in this event, please email David O'Keefe-Williams (David.OKeefe@aquilaheywood.co.uk) at Aquila Heywood.
6pm - 8:30pm
The Hive, Aquila Heywood, Aquila House, 35 London Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1NJ
Registration 6-6:30pmPlease RSVP to register attendance either by email or the Scrum Alliance Event Page.
Some experts predict that the vast majority of Defined Benefit schemes will de-risk over the next 10-15 years. This would be a significant increase in market size, compared to today. How realistic is this market ambition, and how will providers evolve their propositions to create and then meet a larger demand? From an Adviser/Employer/Trustee perspective, what type of solutions are being sought and what makes a winning proposition?To register your interest in this event, please email David O'Keefe-Williams (David.OKeefe@aquilaheywood.co.uk) at Aquila Heywood.
TISA's 2018 Conference theme will put the focus on the economic issues and the opportunities today's richly diverse society offers UK financial services.Find out more about this event.
An annual conference for Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) Pension Managers and others working in related fields.Find out more about this event.
This event explores the merits of having an in-house operation vs. outsource vs. co-sourced. The benefits and challenges of each approach will be addressed in terms of how employers/trustees want pensions to be delivered to their scheme members.To register your interest in this event, please email Nathan Hallums (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Aquila Heywood.