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Second Henry Stewart Conference on Pensions Compliance to be held on July 5

The Second Annual Henry Stewart Conference into Pensions Compliance is to take place on July 5.


The conference will hear from a variety of speakers ranging from Occupation Pensions Regulatory Authority&#39s chief executive Caroline Instance to Prudential Corporate Pensions&#39 director of risk and compliance Joan Wood.


Among the subjects to be discussed at the one day event are the purpose, powers and practice of the Pensions Ombudsman through to dealing with personal pensions complaints.


It takes place at One Whitehall Place and costs £499.37 per delegate.


Delegates will be accredited with 7.5 hours continual professional development for the Pensions Management Institute.

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