Hogan Lovells

Dealing with Flexiday - Half-day workshop

14 May 2015

Hogan Lovells pension team is delighted to invite you to our half-day Flexiday interactive workshop for pension trustees.

Using interactive case studies and small group discussion, Hogan Lovells speakers and facilitators will focus on the challenges facing trustees when getting to grips with the changes to pensions in force on 6 April.  Areas covered will include:

  • Responding to transfer requests - when and how to require that the member takes independent advice
  • When members have a right to transfer, and when they don't
  • "Why can't I take all my pension fund as cash?" - deciding what benefits to offer and dealing with member requests for greater flexibility
  • How much information about benefit choices (and alternative benefits outside their scheme) may trustees provide?
  • Implications of the changes for defined benefit (DB) and defined contribution (DC) investment strategies
  • Protecting members from pension scammers - what can trustees do?

Target audience:  The seminar is aimed at trustees of occupational pension schemes but sponsoring employers and their advisers are welcome as well.
 
There will be no charge for this workshop. We very much hope you will continue discussions with other delegates and members of our pension team over lunch after the workshop.

Spaces will be limited. To secure your place, please reply as quickly as possible.

Feedback from our previous trustee workshops:

"Very interesting, informative and thought-provoking"

"Lively, well run, well prepared material"

"First class!"

Using interactive case studies and small group discussion, Hogan Lovells speakers and facilitators will focus on issues regularly faced by pension scheme trustees. 


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