Swiss Life Asset Management in The Netherlands invites you to its 2007 Pension Seminar on duty of care responsibilities under the new Dutch Pensions Act.
The responsibilities you face are increasing. The new Dutch Pensions Act is very clear in this regard. It imposes a duty of care on companies, pension funds and insurers. Exactly who is responsible for what depends on your specific situation.
For example, if you are an employer or pension fund and can influence investment policy, you will be called to account regarding this policy. On the other hand, if a pension scheme gives freedom of investment to employees and they choose to make their own investment decisions, their portfolios must be checked annually against their individual investor profiles. This is unnecessary, however, for employees who elect to invest in Swiss Life’s special life-cycle funds.
Duty of care appears complicated and challenging. Our Swiss Life 2007 Pension Seminar offers solutions, with five top speakers to explain how to deal with duty of care. Victor Deconinck will host the afternoon event, which features lively panel discussions and presentations by distinguished speakers including Falco Valkenburg, a partner at Towers Perrin, and Marco Keim, CEO of Swiss Life Netherlands. A representative of the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets will also attend, to discuss the importance of duty of care. As always, participants can look forward to an open and friendly atmosphere and excellent hospitality.
for the Swiss Life 2007 Pension Seminar, 10 October 2007, in the SINGER MUSEUM in Laren NH, The Netherlands.
From 12.30 p.m. Welcome lunch
13.15 p.m. Opening of seminar
15.00 p.m. Break
17.00 p.m. Conclusion
Followed by drinks and warm buffet.
Due to the local character of the subjects, the event and the presentations will be in Dutch