Arc Pensions Law and River Mercantile to host interactive session on implementation statements
Arc Pensions Law is delighted to co-host with River and Mercantile ‘The what, how and why of implementation statements’, an interactive session to discuss the practicalities of meeting the new annual report requirements.
The interactive session will start with a clear overview of what is needed and by when. Group discussions will then draw out the challenges faced by trustees when deciding what they must report on, what questions to ask and what the final statement needs to look like. It will be run under the Chatham House rule to enable people to speak freely and help move attendees one step to closer to confident compliance.
Partner Anna Copestake will be speaking at the event, along with Emily Forsyth-Davies, Associate Director, R&M Solutions and Caroline Escott, Senior Policy Lead, PLSA.
The event will take place on Friday 26 June between 10 and 11 a.m. For further information and to RSVP, please click here.
Read Arc Pensions Law and River and Mercantile’s practical guide to implementation statements, here.
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