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Long-term savings operations: keeping pace in an evolving market


Where: Webinar - Link will be shared with registered delegates on the morning of the event

Registration: 12:55

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Is your firm’s data, tech and governance fit for the future? The everchanging landscape of the long-term savings industry creates challenges in identifying and meeting operational priorities. Innovation has the potential to disrupt the status quo, and ensuring compliance with complex regulation means firms will need to be flexible and forward thinking in order to remain relevant to customers and to meet their expectations. Policy and cross-industry infrastructure also need to keep pace with an evolving market.

Whether preparing data for pensions dashboards, embedding ESG or ensuring that systems have the capacity to withstand myriad external shocks, the need for long-term savings firms to understand risks and opportunities and prioritise resources will continue to be critical to ensure commercial success and good outcomes for customers.

Join the debate to explore how an industry built on assessment of risk can ensure it has the ecosystem in place to embrace change and uncertainty. This session will bring together industry experts, policymakers and regulators across multiple disciplines to debate the priorities firms should adopt, and consider how they can meet them.

Why attend?

  • Gain insight and perspective from industry experts, regulators and policymakers on what they think firms’ priorities should be
  • Discuss your firms’ data readiness as the market adapts to changes in technology and innovation
  • Connect with colleagues from across the industry

What will delegates learn?

  • An understanding of what’s next for governance of the industry
  • An understanding of some of the key opportunities and how to be ready for these
  • How to assess your firms’ existing resources and how to respond to emerging risks

Keynote speakers

  • Matt Warman MP, Minister for Digital Infrastructure, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
  • Chris Curry, Principal of the Pensions Dashboards Programme, Money and Pensions Service
  • Simon Shaw, Director, Trinity McQueen



Members: Free

Associate Members: Free

MGA Associate Members: Free

Platform Members: Free

Workplace Platform Members: Free

Partners: Free

Non-Members: £49 +VAT

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