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Event Details:

Question Time Panel Discussion:

Managing Assets In, Through and

Out of the Crisis


27 May 2020


Delegate Fee:

Free to Trustees and Pension Executives

Covid-19 has certainly thrown up a plethora of challenges for pension funds but we hope some opportunities too!


Come along to our first ‘Investment Question Time’ PIA Virtual Seminar when our Panel of speakers will aim to provide practical insight on current investment issues and the potential risks and opportunities facing pension funds as they continue to manage in, through and out of the current crisis. Feel free to pose your own questions which our panellists will endeavour to answer.


We welcome contributions to the debate, articles to share, thought pieces, and questions you would like the Panel to consider.

Topics we will aim to discuss include:


  • Macro Outlook and opportunities for investment strategy and asset allocation going forward


  • Risk management, legal and governance challenges


  • Liquidity and cashflow management


  • Where next for LDI strategies?


  • Sponsor covenant, funding levels and investment strategy


  • Rebalancing


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Martin Mannion - Chairman

John Lewis Partnership Pensions Trust

Panellists confirmed to date:


Bob Noyen, Chief Investment Officer Record Currency Management Ltd. 

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Sam Gervaise-Jones, Head of Client Consulting, UK and Ireland, bfinance

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Andrew Clare, Trustee and Chairman of the Group Pension Scheme Investment Committee, Magnox Electric

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Ian McKinlay, Chief Investment Officer - LBG Pensions, Lloyds Banking Group


16.55 – 17.00    Registration

17.00 – 18.00    Virtual Forum Seminar


To join, please go to our complementary webinar website  Login using the City name password provided by email.  If you need any assistance, please email


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