Timings: 09:00am – 10:30am
Please join us for our virtual roundtable event on 15th October.
Consolidation is a natural consequence in the maturing of an industry or market.
Within the UK DB pensions market there is now a spectrum of different DB consolidation options and solutions which will inevitably have an impact on the asset management industry.
This AIMSE Europe Roundtable provides an insight into two of the newer solutions gaining traction that will have an impact on the asset management industry – Commercial Consolidators known as ‘Superfunds’ and DB Master Trusts.
09.00am – 09.15am
Welcome and introduction from AIMSE Europe Council Member and Roundtable Chair.
Speaker: Craig Brown, Institutional Distribution Director, Mobius Life.
09.15am – 09.30am
A deeper look into two of the newer solutions gaining traction which asset managers might be less familiar with, i.e. Commercial Consolidators and DB Master Trusts.
Speaker: Alistair Russell-Smith, Head of Corporate Defined Benefit Pensions, Hymans Robertson
09.30am – 09.45am
Consolidation of schemes through the use of Superfunds has long been touted as providing greater protection for members. New guidance on how superfunds can accept scheme transfers has been finalised by The Pensions Regulator, and the pensions superfunds are now set to begin transacting. Here the Pension SuperFunds are explained in more detail.
Speaker: Antony Barker, CEO, The Pension SuperFund and Jason Kenny, Client Relationship Manager, The Pension SuperFund
09.45am – 10.00am
DB Master Trusts are quickly gaining traction with clients who no longer feel the need to operate their own Trust leading to a smaller number of direct DB prospects for asset managers. Herethe DB Master Trusts are explained in more detail.
Speaker: Richard Slater, Lead Investment Services Partner, Deloitte and Kevin Humpherson, Senior Manager, Deloitte
10.00am – 10.15am
Q & A Session
Moderator: Craig Brown, Institutional Distribution Director, Mobius Life
10.15am – 10.30am
Informal networking session where speakers will be able to answer any further question in more detail.
We do hope you will be able to attend what promises to be an interesting and informative virtual session.
Registration is open to both members and non-members.
The event is free of charge to members and a small cost of £50 per person + VAT for non-member firms.
To register, you will need your personal login details.