The European Pensions and Investment Development Summit 2009

Time: 27-29, January 2009
Venue: Beau-Rivage Palace, Laussanne Switzerland

  • How valuable is the opportunity to hear real, unfettered, and honest opinions regarding the deterioration of global financial security and the future prospects of the European and Global pensions and investment sector?
  • Do you share the view of the majority of your peers that the present economic down-turn could well be something more profound than the usual cyclical movements that have been experienced?

Chaired by IPE and providing a critical strategy validation opportunity for European pension schemes, EPID is 2009 is the first, and most significant Annual Conference for the pensions industry.

Do not miss this crucial opportunity to ensure that that you are armed with the latest critical insight to better navigate the increasingly precarious environment your organisation now faces! As the executive head of your organisation you are invited to join this extra-ordinary gathering of practitioners at the beginning of the New Year to challenge, question, debate, and validate the traditional assumptions for basing investment and pension provision.

In the excellent company of your peers you will enrich your knowledge of the marketplace as it now stands and summarise the fallout of the liquidity crisis and subsequent financial downturn and what it means for your organisation. Welcoming leading experts, IPE Award-winning case studies together with Europe’s regulators, policy makers, and associations the executive 3-day summit programme is now open to registering the heads of pensions and investments from pension schemes and insurance companies to the summit.

For more info
Phone: +44 (0)20 7368 9465
Fax: +44 (0)207 368 9401



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