DC Insight returned to London on 26 October. The one-day defined contribution conference was back for a fourth year, and delegates were treated to insights from key figures in the pensions world.
A full programme included Pensions Ombudsman Anthony Arter, and an examination of this year’s DC Landscape Report and DC Top 50.
Trustees heard from representatives of the Universities Superannuation Scheme, the J.P. Morgan, SABMiller, James Walker and Thompson Reuters schemes and some of the biggest mastertrusts in the country.
Thanks you to all of our sponsors and speakers for supporting the event, and to all of the delegates who contributed to the debate.
Details of next year’s DC Insight will be available soon, but before that we have Workplace Pensions Live in Birmingham on the 10-11 May.
I hope to welcome many of you to both WPL and DC Insight in 2017.
Jack Jones, editor, Pensions Insight
Pensions Insight is the only UK occupational pensions title to focus solely on defined contribution. The title has always prided itself as being at the forefront of industry developments, it is widely acknowledged that the future of pensions is defined contribution. The Pensions Policy Institute predicts DC scheme assets will hit a £500bn by 2030 and estimates that between 6.5 and 8.5 million people could be enrolled into private sector workplace schemes by 2018.
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