South London Group

South London Group

The South London Group is a very active Group serving pensions professionals living or working in our catchment areas of London, Surrey and bordering counties. New members are very welcome to join any of our events.   

We aim to provide four evening seminars each year from about 5pm to 7pm. We have had popular sessions recently from Aon Hewitt on frozen schemes, a double-header from LCP and Mn Services on Fiduciary Management and from Alan Higham on annuity provision and Test Achats. The Committee work hard to provide stimulating sessions on a broad variety of DB and DC topics. 

We hold a very popular annual Half Day Seminar in June comprising five speakers on varied and topical subjects. We aim to combine legal and investment updates with complimentary sessions on subjects such as communications, networking and trusteeship. We aim to invite at least one speaker who is an in-house pensions manager with an interesting story to tell.  

The combination of relevant, topical discussion and networking opportunities is an attraction to in-house pensions teams, trustees, advisers and those who are merely curious about pensions (regardless of age).

Becoming a member 

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

Rebecca McKay   | 


  Future Meetings in 2020

Evening Seminar - Tuesday, 28 January 2020

Timing: 5.00 pm Tea/Coffee | 5.30 pm Seminar begins | 6.30 pm Seminar ends, refreshments and networking

Venue: Sackers & Partners LLP, 20 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7JE

Topic: Taming The GMP Monster: Is Your Scheme Data Ready For The Challenge?

Speakers: Phil Titchener, Willis Towers Watson | Vanessa Burke, Willis Towers Watson

In this session, we will look at how schemes can reduce the headache of GMP equalisation through data management.  Reviewing, analysing and interpreting the data available, as well as understanding how to deal with a lack of scheme data, are critical for the process to run smoothly.  We will focus on the practical steps and easy wins schemes can take.

How to attend:
Please respond by email to if you or any of your colleagues would like to attend the seminar.

Please feel free to pass on this invitation to a colleague and ask them to email the address above if they would like to attend.