ITM Data Seminar April 2017

Apr 1, 2017

Weathering the perfect data storm

In case you missed our recent seminar aimed at keeping you up-to-date with all the knowledge and guidance that you will need to effectively manage your data requirements in the coming months, here is an outline of the content and the speaker presentation slides.

We hope they prove useful.

Data is now firmly acknowledged as one of the key items on a trustee’s agenda. Anyone hoping data would become less important in 2017 – think again. Pensions Dashboard, General Data Protection Regulation, data quality via scheme returns, continual liability de-risking and ongoing GMP reconciliation means data is, if anything, becoming even more key.

A perfect data storm is approaching for UK pension schemes – and at this half day seminar ITM and our expert speakers outlined what needs to be done to weather that data storm – and have a definitive plan to take away.

We hope the Data Strategy Wheel below, referred to in the seminar, provides a useful start point and guide for your data journey…

 

ITM Data Seminar April 2017

 

Please see below for a copy of the speaker slides:

Updates by The Pensions Regulator  – Louise Sivyer

How Pension Dashboards will become a key component of your benefits strategy – Ian McKenna 

New European data regulations and cyber security – Rebecca Morgan & Jonathan Hawkins

Make the cost of improving data pay for itself – Lesley Davie & Maurice Titley

How to Navigate the perfect data storm – Darran Blount & Matt Dodds

 

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you again for attending the ITM Data seminar.

Matt Dodds

Head of Sales

t / 07737 857 540

e / mattdodds@itm.co.uk

 

Darran Blount

Director

t / 0207 648 0091

e / darranblount@itm.co.uk

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