WhenTuesday, November 21st from 6pm - 7:30pm GMT.
WhereOnline via Zoom - you will be provided the Zoom link you need when you book your place/s.
FormatThere'll be a great line-up of speakers plus ample scope for discussion and debate.
Why You Should Attend...
This event will bring to the surface the real truth around what has been happening with Liability Driven Investing in pension schemes.
In short, there has been a catastrophic regulatory failure whereby acts that could even be described as illegal have been carried out, jeopardising the financial integrity of UK pension schemes and thereby the financial security of scheme members.
Anything you have learned about the LDI scandal until now has been, almost definitely, just a part of the story, and probably just a sugar-coated version of the truth.
Our keynote speaker is Dr Con Keating, who’ll be telling it as it really is.
We will also be showing how the scandalous and fraudulent mis-selling of Interest Rate Hedging Products by the banks has thus far gone unpunished, why that now needs to change and how it can be.
This is a not-to-be-missed event for:
- Lawyers; particularly litigators looking for group/class action opportunities
- Pension Scheme Trustees; professional or lay
- Chairs of Investment Committees
- Pension Professionals
- Institutional Investment Consultants that have sold LDI ‘solutions
- Observers and commentators in the pensions space
- Members of the FCA and The Pensions Regulator
- Victims of Interest Rate Hedging Product mis-selling by the banks
- Anybody connected to the Business Banking Resolution Service
- Victims of any other scam, especially those perpetrated by banks
- The case-study participants in “Faces of Financial Crime”
- Risk Managers at the banks that mis-sold Interest Rate Hedging Products
- Journalists covering pensions, investments, banking, scams, The City
- Parliamentarians, particularly members of
- The Work and Pensions Select Committee
- The Treasury Select Committee
- The Industry and Regulations Committee
- The APPG on Fair Business Banking
- The APPG on Pensions
- The APPG on Personal Banking and Fairer Financial Services
- The APPG on Investment Fraud