The future of pensions for
charities and other not-for-profit organisations



95 Wigmore Street, London, W1U 1DQ

We are delighted to invite you to an early evening discussion and networking event to discuss new opportunities for pensions across the not-for-profit sector. 

Who should attend?

Those working in the not-for-profit sector with an interest in pensions across all levels, including finance directors and HR directors.

What we will cover 

Current opportunities – how current financial markets mean many organisations can reduce their defined benefit pensions risks at low or no cost.

Future opportunities – how the Chancellor’s Mansion House reform  proposals and the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, together with new legislation facilitating consolidation and collective defined contribution (CDC) pension schemes, are likely to radically change the pensions landscape for not-for profit organisations.   

This will cover both how defined benefit schemes could be used to provide improved value to employers and scheme members, and how new CDC schemes could improve pensions for current employees without additional risk to employers.

In addition, we will showcase the work that we have been doing with a large not-for-profit employer to establish a new CDC scheme.

The Pension Trust’s ongoing benefit review and court case  – a brief update.

We will also allow plenty of time for networking with your peers across the sector.  

Our speakers  

Richard Soldan, Head of LCP’s Not-For-Profit team, and Sir Steve Webb, former Pensions Minister and LCP Partner, and we hope will be joined by a representative from a large charitable organisation to speak about their plans for establishing a multi-employer CDC scheme in the sector.


4.00pm – Arrival and registration

4.15pm to 5.30pm – Presentations and case study

5.30pm to 6.00pm – Discussion and questions

6.00pm to 7.30pm – Networking over drinks and canapés.