West Midlands Group

West Midlands Group

The West Midlands Group has 61 member organisations. The Group meets monthly from October to April. The format of the meeting is a talk or panel discussion on a topical issue followed by discussion. Tea and coffee are served before the meeting, a bar is available afterwards. The AGM precedes the October meeting and the April meeting is an annual dinner. Each meeting usually attracts between 50 and 100 participants.

Meetings are accredited by the Pensions Management Institute. 

Subscriptions

£60 per organisation; or
£25 per individual

 

Becoming a Member 

If you would like further information about about this group, or would like to become a member, please contact:

Andrew Fryer  |  0121 230 6771   |   Andy.fryer@aon.com

Documents 

Amended PLSA West Midlands Rules 

SEMINAR PROGRAMME 2020

Wednesday, 7 October 2020

Time: 9.00 - 10.00

Topic: GMP Conversion and PIE (Pension Increase Exchange) - A Practical Guide

Chris and Andy will provide an overview of how combining GMP conversion with a Pension Increase Exchange (PIE) exercise can be a neat way for schemes to deal with GMP equalisation and at the same time provide members with valued additional benefit options. They'll focus on some of the practical aspects and barriers of carrying out such an exercise with the aim of giving delegates a clear understanding of how to move forward with a 'PIE conversion' project.

Registration Link

Please register by clicking on the registration link above if you would like to join us.  Please feel free to share this invitation with colleagues and ask them to also register via the link if they would like to attend.  


Meeting recording - 2 July 2020

Fiduciary Management – A Changing Market
click on the link above for the meeting recording

This session provides an overview of how different multi-asset managers, including fiduciary managers, have performed during the recent bout of market volatility, as well as a summary of broader fiduciary market trends.  It also explains how fiduciary managers can help schemes to improve their resilience (in changing markets), plan for maturity and invest responsibly.