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Croke Park, Wednesday 19th September
Irish Pensions: A landscape in transition…
The government have unveiled a major overhaul of how we plan for retirement. Mandatory pensions are to be introduced for employees under radical plans announced recently. From 2022, employees without private pensions will be enrolled automatically in a retirement savings scheme in an effort to address the significant pensions deficit looming over the country. Also planned is a move to a total contributions approach for the State pension from 2020, replacing the controversial yearly approach. Such changes to the system have been welcomed by the pensions community in the hope that reforms will reduce unnecessary complexity. The change from defined benefit (DB) to defined contribution schemes has now placed more onus and responsibility on individuals and so it's vital that the decision making involved is clearly understood. All told, Ireland's pensions industry is in the midst of a massive shake-up. How will such radical reforms be implemented and managed? How will the benefits associated with all these reforms be best realised for employees and employers?
These and many other questions will be answered and debated at the Sunday Business Post's 2nd National Pensions Summit. This Summit will include a comprehensive programme of carefully selected presentations, panel debates, exhibits and keynote presentations each with a focus on helping the audience learn more about how the pensions market is evolving. The agenda will combine the insights of national and international experts from industry leaders, government, regulation and international experts.
- Wednesday 19th September
- €177 - €295
- Croke Park, Jones' Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 3, Ireland