The Good, The Bad, The Ugly and The Really Ugly - A Potpourri of Pension Issues

Event Details

Free to members, ACOI and ISI designates


Date and Time

Wed, 10 June 2020

18:00 - 19:00


Location

Online via My Institute

Event Details

Free to members, ACOI and ISI designates


Date and Time

Wed, 10 June 2020

18:00 - 19:00


Location

Online via My Institute

Event details
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This webinar was conducted live on 10 June 2020.

View the webinar recordings here;

A Potpourri of Pension Issues Part 1

A Potpourri of Pension Issues Part 2


We are now fully booked for this webinar and registration is closed.


Places for the webinar are limited and the registration for the webinar will close once we reach capacity or at 2pm on the day of the event.

As the title indicates webinar will look at the good, the bad, the ugly and the really ugly when it comes to the pensions. So what are the good, the bad, the ugly and the really ugly?

The good - pensions simplification

The bad - why we sell pensions the wrong way

The ugly - everything the Government might do to pay the Covid-19 bill

The really ugly - the pension age gap.


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1 CPD hours for;

  • QFA (relevant to Pensions category only)

  • APA ( relevant to Pensions category only)

  • Grandfathers (relevant to Pensions category only)

  • Registered Stockbroker (relevant to Pensions category only)

  • LCOI

Jim Connolly

Head of Pensions and Technical Services, Goodbody Stockbrokers

Jim Connolly is Head of Pensions and Technical Services for Goodbody Stockbrokers. He is a well know commentator on pension matters and has a reputation for challenging the norm. Jim is a Pensioneer Trustee and lectures in Retirement Planning for the CFP qualification. He is module coordinator for the QFA and sits on the committee for APTI. He has held many senior roles in the industry. He loves pensions and hates jargon.

Jim Connolly