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LGC Investment Summit – 2014 Highlights

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The LGC Investment Summit is the highlight of the year among those working in the LGPS.

Watch below the highlights from 2014’s conference.

Video highlights from LGC Investments’ biggest and best annual conference

Now in its 27th year, the 2015 LGC Investment Summit will provide critical insight into the ongoing debate about the future investment of pension funds. 

The theme of the 2015 conference is ‘funding for the future’, addressing how local authority pension funds ensure they are fit for purpose. 

The sessions will generate ideas on how to be more cost effective, efficient and nimble in investment decision-taking which will be crucial in keeping down the ultimate cost to taxpayers.

10-11 September 2015 Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, South Wales - Book now!

Benefit from essential keynote presentations and topical break-out sessions on investment themes, as well as valuable networking opportunities to share your concerns with your peers and fund managers.

The LGC Investment Summit remains the leading annual investment event for local government pension funds and sets the benchmark for effective learning and knowledge gathering.

Join us at Celtic Manor to find out more about what the future may hold for your pension fund and how you can best tackle the investment challenges we all face.



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