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Sir Clive Woodward OBE to speak at Annual Conference 14 October

11 September 2015

Clive WoodwardJoin us in Manchester from 14-16 October as the NAPF debates how to help people work longer, save more and live better as well.

Rugby World Cup-winning coach and Director of Sport for team GB at London 2012, Sir Clive Woodward OBE is the latest speaker to confirm. He believes that a successful coach and leader is one who can affectively capture and share their knowledge- he will show us what practices are crucial to success.

Sir Clive joins Baroness Altmann, Pensions Minister who will set out her new vision for pensions;

Alan Rubenstein, Chief Executive, Pension Protection Fund; Bill Galvin, Chief Executive, USS and Nicola Smith, Head of Economics and Social Affairs, TUC will participate in a DB debate. We ask them – if you could do one thing to support DB schemes, what would it be? They will make their pitches and you vote for your choice;

David Willetts, Former Minister of State for Universities and Science will bring together a panel of students and pensioners to debate the challenge of paying society’s bills for pensions, care, education and housing;

Lesley Titcomb, Chief Executive, The Pensions Regulator, will set out her approach to regulation and good member outcomes;

Stephanie Flanders, Chief Market Strategist for the UK, J.P. Morgan Asset Management will share her insights on where the global economy could be heading.

Eddie Izzard, Comedian, actor, fundraiser and activist will draw on his huge range of experiences for unique insights into life and what we can do to make it better.

The conference also includes streamed focus sessions, fringe meetings, an NAPF Academy Trustee Learning Zone, Conference Gala Dinner and exhibition of 90 stands from companies representing the best in the industry.

Don’t miss out and book your place today – NAPF fund members can attend FREE.

View the programme, and the many ways you can get involved here.