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Annual Conference 2022 | 12-13 October | LIVERPOOL


Annual Conference 2020 | 12-16 October | online



Category Fee per person VAT* Total
Fund member No charge No charge No charge
Master trust members No charge No charge No charge
Business members £2,500.00 £500.00* £3,000.00
Non-member pension scheme £1,050.00 £210.00* £1,260.00
Non-member master trust £1,050.00 £210.00* £1,260.00
Non-member service provider £5,000.00 £1,000.00* £6,000.00
Organisational ticket (business members)** £8,500.00 £1,700.00* £10,020.00


* VAT is charged at the prevailing rate which is currently 20%.  

**The Organisation tickets entitle the purchasing organisation to register up to five people for the event, for a single price. Terms and conditions apply

To discuss your options to access the member rate please contact:  [email protected]  | 0207 601 1772  

To access the Organisation ticket for your organisation please contact:  [email protected]  | 020 7601 1772

Terms and conditions of event registration

Please read the terms and conditions of registration applicable to this event prior to registering.

If you have any queries or require further information about the event please contact:
 [email protected]  | 0207 601 1710

What's included?

- All conference sessions

- Access to the exhibition

- Access to the official conference app

- Exclusive drinks reception for fund members on Tuesday 11 October (booking required)

- Drinks reception in the exhibition hall on Wednesday 12 October

- Conference Dinner on Thursday 13 October (booking required, free for funds to attend, service provider ticket upgrade available)

- Conference preview webinar

- Conference round-up webinar

Which category are you?

Fund members or pension scheme representatives include:
fund sponsors, non-professional trustees, pensions and benefit managers, finance directors, corporate treasurers and HR staff.

Business members or service providers include:
Investment managers, actuaries, accountants, consultants, lawyers, custodians, professional trustees and financial advisers.

Master Trust Member representatives include:
Staff and trustees of authorised master trusts whose roles relate to running the master trust and serving its members.

Master trust members have the opportunity to sponsor or exhibit through an additional business membership.

Find out more about membership here.