Forthcoming policy events
New governance challenges for Board members in Europe - 17/18 March 2014
The European Confederation of Directors' Associations (ecoDa) is running the next of its European programmes for directors on 17th and 18th March 2014.
The case for HS2: Sir David Higgins on why Britain needs high-speed rail - 21 March 2014
Sir David Higgins, the new Chairman of HS2, will join IoD members to make the case for HS2, delivering a brief address before taking questions from the assembled audience.
Economic policy update - 3 April 2014
The IoD’s new Chief Economist and Director of Policy, James Sproule, will kick off a new series of FREE monthly breakfast events with the objective of keeping IoD members up to date on current business policy issues.
IoD Books for Breakfast - 29 April 2014
James Sproule will introduce the first of a new series of quarterly policy breakfast events, IoD Books for Breakfast, in which a business author will present their latest work to IoD members in an informal Q&A session. The first event will feature Jeremy Rifkin, author of "The Zero Marginal Cost Society: The Internet of Things, the Collaborative Commons, and the Eclipse of Capitalism".
Helping IoD members comply with automatic enrolment into pension saving - 13 May 2014
During 2014, employers with between 60 and 250 employees will be required by law to offer a good quality pension to their staff, automatically enrolling all qualifying employees into it, with smaller employers doing so from 2015. This afternoon seminar will help all employers with this process.
Presentation slides from past policy events
Making automatic enrolment work - Where have we got to, and what do we need to fix? - 28 February 2013
The presentation slides from this event can be seen below.
The Regulator's View - Bill Galvin, Chief Executive, The Pensions Regulator
A Provider's View - Toby Strauss, Chief Executive, Scottish Widows
The View from NEST - Tim Jones, Chief Executive, the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST)
The Employee Benefits View - Andrew Cheseldine, Principal, Lane Clark & Peacock LLP
The View from a New Market Entrant - Paul Murphy, Director of Corporate Development, The People's Pension