Here's a selection of recent teach-in video summaries. Older videos can be found on our You Tube channel
Richard Howells of Experian highlights the key points he made during the third teach-in of 2017, Pensions in 3D: Data Disrupting Distribution.
Daniel Taylor of Trafalgar House highlights the key points he made during the second teach-in of 2017,
‘How to change administrators. Tips, Traps and Tales
Arron Slocombe of Baker McKenzie gives a summary of the first teach-in of 2017 'RPI to CPI switches in practice' . The teach-in discussed trustees' and employers' legal powers and the practical ramifications around RPI to CPI switches.
Arron has also provided a paper outlining the subject of RPI to CPI switches in practice.
Contingent assets - Will they work for your scheme?
Vicky Carr of Sacker and Partners gives a summary of the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Academy's ninth teach-in of 2016.
The teach-in explored what a contingent asset is, the different types available and the relative advantages and disadvantages of each.
It also outlined the circumstances in which a contingent asset may be appropriate.
Asset Backed Securities - A Logical Choice
The Academy ran its eighth teach in on 7 October 2016, sponsored by HSBC Global Asset Management UK Limited.
Andrew Jackson Head of Portfolio, ABS Investments, HSBC Global Asset Management UK Limited delivered the teach in and discusses the key points of his session in this video.
How to manage currency risk in an investment portfolio
This teach in was held on 13 July 2016 and covered the basics of the currency market and how and why this market is influencing the risk and return of investment portfolio. The session highlighted that currency can be a risk for the portfolio but it can also be a source of return in today’s environment. If you want to remind yourself of the session or you were not able to attend, James Kwok, discusses the key points.
Private Equity as a pension fund investment
The teach-in was sponsored and delivered by adveq
The teach-in held on 10 May 2016 explored Private Equity and the different approaches which might be taken by small and large pension funds. The session also provided an insight into why some investors in Private Equity succeed and the common pitfalls to avoid. If you want to remind yourself of the session or you were not able to attend, Nico Taverna,highlights the key points.
Reconciling your scheme's contracted out membership and liabilities
The teach-in was sponsored and delivered by EQUINITI
The teach-in held on 28 April 2016 -in highlighted contracting-out reconciliations in light of the abolition of contracting-out , including the advantages of establishing a systematic phased approach and the benefits of efficient working practices to aid effective working partnerships with HMRC.
If you want to remind yourself of the session or you were not able to attend, Stewart Winter, highlights the key points.
Leadership in pensions
The teach-in held on 21 April 2016 was delivered by Brendan McCarron, from the McCarron Heal Consultancy.
While many industry practitioners acquire technical expertise and excel in their choice of discipline, smaller numbers become industry leaders or develop an industry profile. This teach-in highlighted the importance of developing a power platform for influencing others and highlighted practical ways that small changes in behaviours can enhance personal influence. If you want to remind yourself of the session or you were not able to attend, Brendan McCarron, highlights the key points.
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A full list of earlier videos can be found on our You Tube channel.