European Regulations of Pensions – Future Changes

Event Type
Seminar
Organizer
Irish Institute of Pensions Management
Date
Venue
National College of Ireland, IFSC, Mayor Street, D1.
Description

Cost                       Free to all IIPM members. Non- members: €50.00.
 
CPD                        2.00 hours
 
RSVP                     iipm@ncirl.ie

Speakers/Presenters
Stephen Lalor BL FIIPM DFA, Philip Shier FSAI FIA AIIPM
Biographical details

Stephen Lalor BL FIIPM DFA

Stephen has worked in consulting for over 30 years, advising employers, trustees and pension scheme members. He has written and lectured extensively on various aspects of pensions and employee benefits.
A graduate of University College Dublin, Stephen is a Barrister at Law, a Fellow of the Irish Institute of Pension Management and a Qualified Financial Adviser. He is a member of the Association of Pension Lawyers in Ireland and the International Employee Benefits Association, and an affiliate member of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland.
Currently he lectures on the Diploma in Pensions Management & Policy in National College of Ireland and runs regular trustee training courses. His main (professional) passion is clear communication and exchange of ideas about benefits planning.

Philip Shier FSAI FIA AIIPM
 
Philip started his career with Friends Provident Life Office before joining Bacon & Woodrow in 1982. He worked in their London office until 1995 when he moved back to Dublin to join Delany, Bacon & Woodrow, of which he was a senior partner when it became part of Hewitt in 2002.  He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland, Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries and an Associate of the Irish Institute of Pensions Management. He is Past President of the Society of Actuaries in Ireland and has represented the Society on various committees.  He was on the Council of the International Actuarial Association and is a former Chairman of the Pensions Committee of the Groupe Consultatif Actuariel Européen. 

A year ago, Philip was appointed a member of the EIOPA Occupational Pensions Stakeholder Group.